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The U.S. imposes preliminary tariffs on Mexican steel
The U.S. Commerce Department said local producers were being harmed by steel imports from Mexico and China
U.S. consumers would pay for Donald Trump's tariffs
Economy Minister Graciela Márquez said that Trump's tariffs on Mexican exports would impact all 50 U.S. states
Mexico will retaliate if the U.S. imposes new tariffs
Economy Secretary Graciela Márquez will meet with U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Marcelo Ebrard will meet with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
Brazil and Mexico to trade rice and beans
Top agriculture officials from both countries met in Japan to discuss this trade opportunity
U.S. imposes 17.5% tariff on Mexican tomatoes
Farmers persuaded the Trump administration to impose seasonal anti-dumping duties against Mexican produce
Mexico’s berry exports could overthrow avocados
According to the National Association of Berry Exporters, exports grew 16.56% between 2017 and 2018
Mexico’s tuna market shows growth despite U.S. “dolphin safe” standard
Mexico's Maritime Industrial Group (Grupomar) currently sells to the U.S., Panama, Canada, and Qatar
U.S. business leaders and officials show support to Mexico
Mexican and U.S. business leaders are urging Donald Trump to drop steel tariffs and stop threatening a shutdown at the border
Delays at US-Mexico border cause multi-million dollar losses for both countries
The U.S. Congress will not ratify the USMCA until Mexico issues a labor reform, which could be approved before May 1
Power outage affects the entire Yucatán peninsula
The outage affected essential services such as traffic lights