GET THE LATEST ON THE TOMATO SUSPENSION AGREEMENT AT THE VIVA FRESH EXPO

APR 18, 2019 Viva Fresh Expo to host workshop on Tomato Suspension Agreement From the left are Dante Galeazzi, president and CEO of the Texas International Produce Association; J.O. Alvarez, president of J.O. Alvarez; Jason Klinowski, an agricultural and food law attorney at Wallace, Jordan,…

ACE IS KEY FOR CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT

ACE allows for stricter Customs enforcement From The Journal of Commerce By:Susan Kohn Ross, international trade attorney | Aug 16, 2016 11:13AM EDT In the face of its recent reorganization and enhanced computer system, it was really only a matter of time before the trade community started…

STEEL REBAR FROM MEXICO TO PAY DUMPING DUTIES

President Barack Obama’s administration on Monday sided with American steel producers in a politically charged international trade dispute, ruling that imported steel reinforcing bar from Mexico and Turkey unfairly undercuts U.S. prices. The preliminary decision by the U.S. Department of Commerce means companies in Mexico…

WASHINGTON IGNORES TRADE WITH SOUTHERN BORDER

Sad but true.  Out of the twenty members only one represents the southern border.  I know Commissioner Aguilar is very sensitive to trade issues and has done an outstanding job of outreach with CBP, but trade does not revolve around Washington DC.  JOA Washington —U.S. Customs…

TRADE COMMUNITY MEETS IN DC TO TALK TRADE FACILITATION AND INNOVATION

The trade community expressed optimism that business and government leaders will work together to transform trade processes and improve the pace and security of cross-border commerce during the March 6 meeting of the Advisory Committee on Commercial Operations of U.S. Customs and Border Protection in…

TOMATO AGREEMENT WITH MEXICO SIGNED

03/05/2013 9:27:59 AM Tom Karst/The Packer   A new suspension agreement has been signed by Mexican tomato growers and the U.S. Department of Commerce. The deal, announced in a press release March 4 from the Commerce Department, suspends the antidumping duty investigation of fresh tomatoes…

U.S. AND MEXICO TOMATO GROWERS REACH AGREEMENT

By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, Feb 2 (Reuters) – The U.S. government and Mexican tomato growers reached a tentative agreement on Saturday that reduces the threat of a costly trade war stemming from a U.S. decision last year to pull out of a 1996 bilateral tomato…

OBAMA POLITICS WITH TOMATOES COULD START TRADE WAR WITH MEXICO

FROM THE PRODUCE NEWS by Joan Murphy | October 01, 2012 A final decision by the U.S. Department of Commerce to terminate the suspension agreement for Mexican tomatoes will reopen a dispute between the trading partners, result in a loss of jobs on both sides…