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Introduced in House (04/30/1990)

Mexico-United States Trade Act - Directs the President to initiate negotiations with Mexico to obtain a trade agreement providing for: (1) the reduction and eventual elimination of tariff and nontariff trade barriers; (2) the reduction and elimination of duties imposed by the United States; and (3) the establishment of a free trade area between the two countries. Requires the President to consult with specified congressional committees before entering into such agreement. Conditions the implementation of such an agreement on enactment of legislation according to a specified procedure. Prohibits the extension of any trade benefit to countries that are not a party to an agreement by reason of any benefit given to a country that is a party to such agreement.