WASHINGTON, June 14, 2017 – The U.S. Commerce Department announced today a new draft a deal with Mexico to tighten the amount of refined sugar that the country can export to the U.S.
The newly revised “suspension agreement” mostly the same as the deal unveiled on June 6 and is being poured over by U.S. refiners and food manufacturers.
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