WASHINGTON — On Thursday the Department of Commerce announced that it made a preliminary decision to terminate its trade agreement with Mexican tomato growers. This agreement goes back 16 years. After suspending an antidumping investigation of the Mexican growers in 1996, the U.S. entered into a “suspension agreement” that set a base price for tomatoes sold in the U.S. If the DOC goes forward with terminating the antidumping investigation, the suspension agreement will ...

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