The United States is advancing its project to curb Mexican agricultural exports when the US countryside has production, based on the principle of seasonality.
The United States Trade Representation Office (USTR) reported that the second hearing to discuss foreign commercial practices that affect the United States will be held on August 20. In this hearing, Sonny Perdue, the country's Secretary of Agriculture, is expected to give a speech on how the administration of President Donald Trump will support American agricultural producers against what they call unfair trade.
The first virtual hearing was held on August 13, a day on which both legislators and agricultural producers presented their arguments in favor of preventing imports of Mexican agricultural products when the United States has crops.
Producers of strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, blueberry, and other products from the states of Georgia and Florida will participate in this next meeting.