last update: January 28, 2013
2008 Suspension Agreement   ~   Fresh Tomatoes from Mexico

Notice of Suspension of Antidumping Investigation (73 FR 4831, Jan 28, 2008)   (PDF 10pp 110Kb)  


On January 22, 2008, the Department of Commerce and producers/exporters accounting for substantially all imports of fresh tomatoes from Mexico signed this agreement suspending the antidumping investigation on fresh tomatoes from Mexico. The basis for the agreement was a commitment by each signatory producer/exporter to sell the subject merchandise at or above the reference price, which will eliminate completely the injurious effects of exports of fresh tomatoes to the United States.
List of Signatories to the Suspension Agreement   (PDF 13pp 62Kb)   updated: January 28, 2013
Sample Condition Defect Accounting Form  (PDF 1pp 22Kb)  
Box Weight Chart  


This is the chart of average weights that is used to determine the reference price for each type of box. If a signatory exporter/producer intends to export subject merchandise to the United States in a box for which there is no average weight on the box-weight chart, the signatory producer/exporter must send the Department of Commerce the "Form for Notification of Intent to Ship Tomatoes in Specialty Packs." See below.
Suggested Forms for the 2008 Agreement

Administrative Protective Order Public Service List


These are listings of the primary contacts for interested parties. For parties that do not have access to information under Administrative Protective Order (APO), please provide only a public version of your submission to parties on the Public Service List.

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United States Department of Commerce . International Trade Administration . Enforcement and Compliance . 1401 Constitution Ave. N.W. Washington DC 20230
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