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Senate Finance Committee Leadership Sends Letter to USTR Ambassador Tai, Notes Mexico's Failure to Adhere to Biotech Commitments

January 12, 2022

The United States-Mexico-Canda Agreement has the potential to deliver tangible benefits for America's workers, farmers, and businesses by improving and strengthening the relationship between the United States and its two closest trading partners. However, that potential will not be realized without full implementation and enforcement of the Agreement as written. Critically, while it would be preferable to resolve USMCA's implementation issues through negotiation, the Office of the United States Trade Representative must be prepared to use the strong and innovative enforcement tools that Congress pushed to include in USMCA to ensure that the Agreement lives up to its full potential.

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