Mexico eliminates anti-dumping duties that have been imposed on imports of U.S. beef for the past 10 years.
The Mexican government is in the process of making regulatory changes that allow for import of U.S. beef and beef products derived from cattle of any age.
USMEF raises concerns on the use of English and Spanish terminology in Mexican beef grading.
A group of 31 United States senators sent a letter to government agencies urging a finalization of a comprehensive rule for BSE.
Pork and beef exports could be negatively impacted as it relates to an impending country-of-origin labeling ruling.
February beef exports declined 6% year-over-year to 94,885 mt while value was down 3% to $581.6 million.