"dolphin-safe" labeling rules, the World Trade Organization ruled Tuesday, saying the country can seek retaliatory measures worth hundreds of millions of dollars after the yearslong dispute.
Mexico's economic damages from the labeling rules amounted to $163 million a year, a third of the $472.3 million it had asked for, the decision said.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday gave his strongest condemnation of anti-semitism to date, pledging to "stamp out prejudice," "condemn hatred," "bear witness" and "act" against bigotry against Jewish communities and Israel.
In his first post-presidency event, former President Barack Obama emphasized the importance of preparing the "next generation" of leaders to navigate American politics.
President Donald Trump has made repeated called to renegotiate the North America Free Trade Agreement, threatening to terminate the deal if his goals are not met in a rewrite.