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Tomato War

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1.) Do you think that Mexican producers were dumping tomatoes in the United States? Discuss.
Answer: I believe that Mexican producers are not dumping tomatoes in the United States. With
low earnings, advantageous weather and flexible environmental legislations, they are completely
taking advantage of their competitive stance in the business. Discharging happens when Mexican
growers trade tomatoes in the United States for less than Mexican rates.
2.) Was the Commerce Department right to establish a new minimum floor price rather than scrap
the agreement and file an antidumping suit? Who would have benefited from an antidumping suit
against Mexican tomato producers? Who would have suffered?
Answer: I strongly agree with the Commerce Department's decision. The evidence and
information of the case barely reveal that Mexico did not dump tomatoes on the United States.
Hence, MOFCOM (Ministry of Foreign Trade and Commerce) is questionable to take an anti-
dumping policy. Florida growers would benefit from an anti-dumping case. Mexican growers, US
industries and trading organizations that are affected in the production of tomatoes in Mexico and
provide the industry with raw materials like seeds or suppliers of agrarian apparatus, among those
who will suffer from an anti-dumping suit against Mexican tomato producers.

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Surname 1 Title of Paper Student Name Course Instructor Name Date Surname 2 1.) Do you think that Mexican producers were dumping tomatoes in the United States? Discuss. Answer: I believe that Mexican producers are not dumping tomatoes in the United States. With low earnings, advantageous weather and flexible environmental legislations, they are completely taking advantage of their competitive stance in the business. Discharging happens when Mexican growers trade tomatoes in the United States for less than Mexican rates. 2.) Was the Commerce Department right to establish a new minimum floor price rather than scrap the agreement and file an antidumping suit? Who would have benefited from an antidumping suit against Mexican tomato producers? Who would have suffered? Answer: I strongly agree with the Commerce Department's decision. The evidence and information of the case barely reveal that Mexico did not dump tomatoes on the United States. Hence, MOFCOM (Ministry of Foreign Trade and Commerce) is questionable to take an antidumping policy. Florida growers would benefit from an anti-dumping case. Mexican growers, US industries and trading organizations that are affected in the pr ...
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