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Mexico’s Supreme Court Delays Decision on Fresh Potato Imports from the United States

Mexico’s Supreme Court Delays Decision on Fresh Potato Imports from the United States

During the hearing of the Mexican Supreme Court held on February 24, the justice who authored the draft ruling overturning a ban on the importation of U.S. fresh potatoes asked the court to postpone a vote until next week at the earliest.

The cases, which have been before the court since 2018, are now expected to be heard at the earliest on Wednesday, March 3.

At issue is a draft ruling that would overturn a 2017 lower court decision preventing the Mexican federal government from implementing regulations to allow for the importation of fresh U.S. potatoes throughout the country. If this draft ruling is not approved, it calls into question Mexico’s authority to allow any agricultural imports.

On Wednesday, February 17, 2021, the Mexican Supreme Court released a draft ruling that would overturn a 2017 lower court decision preventing the Mexican federal government from implementing regulations to allow for the importation of fresh U.S. potatoes throughout the country. The case was scheduled to be decided by the five-member Supreme Court on February 24.
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