MEXICO RETALIATION: NAFTA TRUCKING DISPUTE

March 30, 2009 at 8:33 pm

On Monday, March 16, Mexico announced it would retaliate against the United States for the cancellation of the Cross-Border Trucking Demonstration Program. The list of 89 products was published on Wednesday, March 18, 2009 and effective the next day.

Background: Under the NAFTA, the United States and Mexico agreed to phase-out restrictions on cross-border passenger and cargo services. In 1995, however, the United States announced it would not lift restrictions on Mexican trucks. In 2001, a NAFTA dispute settlement panel found the U.S. restrictions to be in breach of its NAFTA obligations (International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce).

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Entry filed under: Central America, Free Trade Agreements, North America, Trade.

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