Three South Texas congressmen, Vicente Gonzalez, Henry Cuellar, and Dan Crenshaw, have joined forces to urge the US government to intervene in Mexico's recent ban on gasoline imports. In a letter addressed to the US Trade Representative Katherine Tai, the lawmakers expressed their concerns about the ban's impact on American businesses and its potential violation of the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
Mexico's ban, which went into effect in October 2023, restricts the import of dozens of petroleum products, including gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, and petrochemicals. The Mexican government claims that the ban is necessary to combat. . .