Nebraska Congressman frustrated by length of Mexico GM corn dispute

Nebraska Congressman frustrated by length of Mexico GM corn dispute

The chair of the U.S. House Ways and Means subcommittee on trade is frustrated by how long the dispute process over Mexico’s GM corn ban is taking.

Nebraska Republican Adrian Smith says the U.S. Trade Representative has chosen a timeline that is unnecessary.

“It’s taken more time than it really needs to.”

He tells Brownfield the USTR could’ve pursued mechanisms of enforcement under the U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement sooner.

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