Duties End On Imported US Beef And Veal

MEXICO - Mexico has announced an end to countervailing duties on US beef and veal – duties that have been in place since 2000.
calendar icon 11 August 2010
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The duties were put in place for certain US packers amid dumping allegations raised by Mexican livestock producers. The US became a net cattle and beef exporter to Mexico in 1996 and today represents a $910 million beef export market.

“The elimination of these duties is a positive development,” said AMI President J. Patrick Boyle, “because a cooperative trading relationship between the US and Mexico is in our mutual best interests.”

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