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U.S. and Mexico Make Progress on Various Trade Issues

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Following a panel discussion with Mexico’s Secretary of Agriculture Enrique Martinez at the Global Forum on Agro Food Expectations in Mexico City – U.S. Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack highlighted recent progress on various trade issues with Mexico. Vilsack says Mexico is an important strategic ally and critical economic partner to the United States. Last year – U.S. food and ag product exports reached a record 140.9-billion dollars – and USDA believes U.S. ag is on track for farm and food product exports to reach 142.6-billion dollars this year worldwide. Both the U.S. and Mexico will continue to build upon their strong trade relationships to promote greater market access for their ag products.