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Mexico lifts tariffs as U.S. permits trucks

Mexico has lifted the tariffs on U.S. exports, including pork, that it had imposed in 2010 in the dispute over Mexican trucks being allowed on U.S. roads, the National Pork Producers Council announced today. Read More...

Mexico cuts tariffs on U.S. products

The government of Mexico today officially reduced by half the retaliatory tariffs it had imposed on 89 U.S. products in the dispute over Mexican long haul trucks' access to the United States. Read More...

U.S., Mexico agree on trucking plan and end to tariffs

An agreement between the Obama administration and the Mexican government to resolve a two-year long cross-border long-haul trucking dispute and end Mexico’s punitive tariffs on U.S. products announced today has won praise from a wide range of agricultural groups that export to Mexico.
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U.S., Mexico announce agreement on Mexican trade impasse

President Obama and Mexican President Felipe Calderon announced today that the United States and Mexico have announced an agreement in principle to resolve a trade impasse over allowing Mexican trucks to haul goods into the United States. Read More...