Mexico eyeing retaliatory measures in U.S. meat labeling dispute
MEXICO CITY May 24 (Reuters) - Mexico is considering imposing retaliatory trade measures on the United States in a dispute over meat labeling, the country's economy ministry said on Friday.
Mexico said new U.S. rules for meat labeling were even more onerous than a set of regulations that the World Trade Organization (WTO) declared were unfair, the ministry said in an emailed statement.
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