Mexico Agrees to Sugar Trade Deal, but U.S. Refiners Remain Unhappy

By ELISABETH MALKIN June 6, 2017 MEXICO CITY — Mexico agreed to demands from the United States to cut exports of refined sugar, striking a deal on Tuesday in a contentious trade negotiation that was closely watched as a prologue to talks on...

Sugar Talks May Hint at Trump Approach to U.S.-Mexico Trade

By ELISABETH MALKIN June 4, 2017 MEXICO CITY — The sugar barons of Florida, Alfonso and José Fanjul, have been equal-opportunity political donors for decades, showering largess on the campaigns of Democrats and Republicans alike to ensure that...