U.S., Mexico reach sugar deal

U.S., Mexico reach sugar deal

Government officials suspend ongoing antidumping and countervailing duty investigations of sugar from Mexico.

THE U.S. Department of Commerce announced Oct. 27 that it initialed draft agreements with the government of Mexico and Mexican sugar exporters that, if finally adopted, would suspend antidumping and countervailing duty investigations of imports of sugar from Mexico.

DOC initiated the investigations in April 2014 after the U.S. sugar industry filed petitions alleging that it was injured by unfair pricing and government subsidies on Mexican sugar.

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