April 25, 2017
By Tom Miles
GENEVA (Reuters) – Mexico can impose annual trade sanctions worth $163.23 million against the United States after winning a dispute over trade in tuna fish, a World Trade Organization arbitrator ruled on Tuesday.
Mexico’s economy ministry said it planned immediate action to initiate the trade sanctions.
However, the ruling could be overturned later this year if a subsequent WTO decision finds the United States has stopped discriminating against tuna caught by its southern neighbor.CONTINUE READING HERE