Tag: Retaliatory tariffs

Solution offered by Mexican Growers in Tomato Trade Dispute – Protectionist US Growers want no part of it!

THE GROWER 10/19/2012A compromise proposal from Mexican growers to raise the floor price of tomatoes exported to the U.S. is being heralded by some as the best thing for bilateral trade and a positive outcome for consumers and domestic growers. Representatives for Mexican growers met with Commerce Department officials Oct. 18 and proposed boosting the

FMCSA refuses demand by OOIDA to delay cross border program with Mexico

It’s all procedural, but FMCSA has refused demands by the Owner Operators Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) to halt implementation of the Cross Border Pilot Program pending resolution of the frivolous and baseless lawsuit filed against the agency earlier this month. OOIDA’s legal counsel, Paul Cullen Sr. with The Cullen Law Firm, sent a letter to

Mexico agrees to stop “rotation” of tariff’s but will not lift them until agreement is reached

MEXICO CITY – Mexico will maintain punitive tariffs on 99 U.S. products but will not add any more goods or change the list pending negotiations over a new program to allow Mexican cargo trucks on U.S. roads, the government announced Monday. Economy Secretary Bruno Ferrari said the move is a show of goodwill as the

Mexico Planning New Retaliatory Tariffs on U.S. Goods in Trucking Dispute

Mexico will impose additional import tariffs on U.S. goods in retaliation for the U.S. government’s failure to restore a program allowing Mexican trucks to operate north of the border, according to an official at the Economy Ministry. Mexican Economy Minister Bruno Ferrari plans to  announce a new list of U.S. products subject to tariffs today,sources