Mexico appeals dolphin-tuna ruling at the WTO

12/5/2017
Mexico appealed Dec. 1 the WTO compliance panel ruling on the March 2016 amendments to the U.S. dolphin-safe tuna labeling rules. The compliance panel found that those amendments brought the U.S. into compliance with its WTO obligations, thereby precluding Mexico from imposing the $163.2 ...
12/4/2017
Law360, New York (December 4, 2017, 9:21 PM EST) -- Mexico has filed an appeal notice with the World Trade Organization involving the country's ...
Law360, New York (December 4, 2017, 9:21 PM EST) -- Mexico has filed an appeal notice with the World Trade Organization involving the country's long-running dispute with the United States over “dolphin-safe” labeling, making good on its promise to appeal a WTO panel ruling that approved revised ...
Mexico claims “dolphin-safe” labeling on tuna products in the US is inconsistent with WTO rules and unfairly penalized its fishing industry. The US objects to Mexican fishing companies' setting nets on schools of dolphins in order to catch tuna. “Mexico does not agree with the legal reasoning of the WTO ...
12/1/2017
Mexico is appealing – as it had promised to do – a ruling by a World Trade Organization compliance panel that said the U.S. dolphin-safe tuna labeling scheme now comports with WTO rules. The notice of appeal filed by Mexico on Dec. 1 led the Dispute Settlement Body to cancel its Dec. 4 meeting ...

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