last update: April 17, 2020
2019 Suspension Agreement   ~   Fresh Tomatoes from Mexico


On September 19, 2019, the Department of Commerce and producers/exporters accounting for substantially all imports of fresh tomatoes from Mexico signed this agreement suspending the antidumping investigation on fresh tomatoes from Mexico. The basis for the agreement was a commitment by each signatory producer/exporter to sell the subject merchandise at or above the reference price, which will eliminate completely the injurious effects of exports of fresh tomatoes to the United States.
Form for Accounting of Sales and Costs  (PDF 1pp 728Kb)  
Suggested Forms for the 2019 Agreement
Government of Mexico Regulations  


The Mexican signatories to the Agreement have provided the following links to additional information concerning the government of Mexico's regulations:
Diario Oficial
Sistema Integral

In addition, the Mexican signatories to the Agreement have provided the attached Mexican Export Scheme For Fresh Tomatoes which includes the Mexican government's regulations for the export licensing system in Spanish, with English translations. Also included is an overview of the export licensing system and courtesy translations of relevant forms and documents.

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United States Department of Commerce . International Trade Administration . Enforcement and Compliance . 1401 Constitution Ave. N.W. Washington DC 20230
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