Mexico says negotiating oil, farm deal with China


MONTERREY, Mexico, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Mexico and China are negotiating a trade deal for the Chinese import of Mexican oil and agricultural and livestock goods, a senior Mexican official said on Monday. Sergio Ley, Mexico's ambassador to Beijing, said China was particularly interested in importing oil, auto vehicles and parts, avocados, grapes, pork and chicken from Mexico. "These are processes that will take us between six months and a be completely negotiated," Ley told ...

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