Mexican tomato growers sign trade agreement with U.S.
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- There is a possible end to a long-running problem between Mexican and American tomato growers.
The Mexican government says its tomato growers have signed and implemented a new agreement with the U.S. over trade in fresh tomatoes. The agreement was proposed last month, and submitted to a public comment period.
Mexican officials say the final agreement was signed earlier this week, claiming the deal provides a framework of "certainty and stability" for their growers.
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