In other words, when the signatory or seller acting on behalf of the signatory in the context of a contract informs the customer (i.e. the buyer) that the sale is subject to the terms of the agreement and identifies these conditions, the PACA service recognizes the terms of the contract identified as an integral part of the sales contract. In particular, signatories should inform their customers of the printed page 49999. On May 7, 2019, the U.S. Department of Commerce (“USDOC”) announced the denunciation of the 2013 suspension agreement on fresh tomatoes from Mexico following the absence of agreement from the USDOC and the Mexican signatories on the revision of the 2013 suspension agreement on fresh tomatoes from Mexico. As a result, tariffs of 17.56% of the customs value were imposed on the importer, who is typically a trader, on imports of certain tomatoes from Mexico to the United States. After extensive negotiations and burden relief for many of us, the agreement to suspend the anti-dumping duties investigation into fresh tomatoes from Mexico came into force on September 19, 2019 (the “Suspension Agreement 2019”). As a result, U.S. distributors importing fresh and chilled tomatoes originating in Mexico, with the exception of processing tomatoes covered by the 2019 suspension agreement (tomatoes), the following measures should be taken: since the 2002 agreement would no longer essentially cover all imports of fresh tomatoes from Mexico, Trade issued a letter of intent to terminate the 2002 agreement, with the intention of terminating the five-year review of the suspended investigation and intends to reopen the investigation.  On 16 January 22, 2008, Trade signed a new suspension agreement (2008 agreement) with producers/exporters (2008 agreement) with producers/exporters, who accounted for essentially all imports of fresh tomatoes from Mexico.
 The suspension of the liquidation, ordered following the continuation of the investigation on 7 May 2019, remains in force, subject to paragraph 734 (h) (3) of the law.  Section 734 (f) (b) (B) (B) of the Act provides that trade can adapt the security necessary to reflect the effect of the 2019 agreement.