Mexico Hits U.S. Exports with Tariffs in Retaliation for Byrd Amendment

September 2005
Metal Center News;Sep2005, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p71
Trade Publication
Reports on the imposition of the retaliatory duties by the Mexican government to U.S. exports because the U.S. Congress has not repealed the Byrd amendment, formally known as the Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act of 2000. Cost of the tariffs imposed by the Mexican government against American exports; Start of the imposition of the tariff; Relevance of the ruling of the World Trade Organization against the Byrd Amendment in 2002 in the retaliatory duties imposed by the Mexican government against American exports.


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