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Ag groups warn of Mexican retaliation over new tariffs

Thursday, Aug. 22, was the second day of hearings held this month by the U.S. Trade Representative to allow Southeast farmers to air their grievances about rising imports of cheap Mexican fruits and vegetables. The hearing started off with witnesses like Georgia Farm Bureau President Gerald Long, who added another voice to the call for the USTR to consider tariffs on Mexican fruits and vegetables for undercutting U.S. producers with below-market prices.

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