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000034336 245__ $$aU.S. --MEXICO FOOD SYSTEMS AND THE TOMATO TRADE DISPUTE
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000034336 520__ $$aMexican produce exports into the U.S. increased considerably during the latter months of 1995 and the first nine months of 1996.  Because of these increased imports, Florida tomato growers requested the executive branch of the U.S. government and Congress to put into effect seven trade protection measures to reduce or stop fresh tomato imports from Mexico.  This study was carried out to determine if the United State Department of Commerce (USDOC) and the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) found valid and reliable indications that the tomato industry in the U.S. was materially injured by imports from Mexico.
000034336 650__ $$aInternational Relations/Trade
000034336 700__ $$aAlmonte-Alvarez, Jaime
000034336 700__ $$aConley, Dennis M.
000034336 773__ $$d2003$$j 05$$k 3$$tInternational Food and Agribusiness Management Review
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000034336 982__ $$gInternational Food and Agribusiness Management Review>Volume 05, Issue 03, 2003
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