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U.S. Government Working to Resolve Trade Disputes with Mexico

ISSN:1054-8890
LADB Article ID: 55350
Category/Department: Mexico
Date: 1997-02-05
By: LADB Staff

US President Bill Clinton's administration has taken decisive steps to resolve a number of disputes with Mexico as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) begins its fourth year of existence. The US government appears ready to resolve conflicts with Mexico regarding a longstanding embargo on tuna imports and access of Mexican trucks to the US. In addition, the Clinton administration has begun to fulfill its commitment to allow limited imports of Mexican avocados.

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