A new agreement was reached Tuesday between the United States and Mexico regarding the importation of Mexican sugar. Agricultural groups were quick to praise the deal, as well as the positive tone it sets going forward regarding the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The agreement addresses the concerns of the U.S. sugar industry and prevents harm to other U.S. industries, including confectioners, beverage producers, and corn growers, that might have resulted if
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