USA/MEXICO: CPI disappointed on restored Mexican HFCS-sweetened soft drinks tax
Bedford Park, Ill.-based Corn Products International (CPI) has admitted that it is disappointed that Mexico's Supreme Court has ruled to restore the value-added tax on soft drinks produced with high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). CPI, a leading regional producer of starch, high fructose corn syrup and glucose, said that it will continue its on-going effort to encourage a positive negotiating environment between Mexico and the US, regarding the sweetener/sugar trade policy.
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