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US-Mexico sugar trade pact under scrutiny amidst challenge by refiners

A US-Mexico sugar trade deal signed just under two years ago may not be working as intended, the US Department of Commerce said recently after conducting a months-long review. The preliminary results of the Commerce Department’s administrative reviews of two agreements with Mexico intended to suspend US antidumping and countervailing duties on Mexican sugar indicate that the so-called…
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US Sugar Co. Wants Mexico Trade Deal Scrapped

One of the nation’s leading sugar companies on Monday asked the U.S. Department of Commerce to rip up agreements managing its trade with Mexico, saying that the deal has led to an increase in Mexican shipments to end users while cutting down on the raw sugar sold to U.S. refiners. The demand from Imperial Sugar Co. comes in the wake of preliminary reports from Commerce indicating…
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Antidumping Duty Suspension Agreement on Sugar From Mexico; Administrative Review

El Departamento de Comercio de los Estados Unidos está realizando una revisión administrativa del Acuerdo de Suspensión de la Investigación de Antidumping del azúcar de México para el periodo de diciembre de 2014 a noviembre de 2015. Según el aviso publicado en el Federal Register, hay indicios de que ciertas transacciones podrían no estar cumpliendo con los términos del acuerdo y por lo tanto el…
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