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US withdrawal from Mexico tomato suspension agreement praised

Decision comes as Congress looks at USMCA approval

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US withdrawal of a 2013 suspension agreement with Mexico on fresh tomatoes has won support from a key US farm group and adds a potential new component to the approval of the US-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) agreement.


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