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Mexico

(In Trade)
June 10, 2019

“I can assure you that in a week, or next week, the deal will be ratified.”


(Daily News)
June 10, 2019

If Mexico’s Congress doesn’t approve an immigration deal between the U.S. and Mexico, the threat of tariffs on Mexican goods will be “reinstated,” President Trump said on Monday.


(Daily News)
June 09, 2019

TSUKUBA, JAPAN – President Trump’s decision to indefinitely suspend plans to hit all Mexican goods with tariffs was welcomed here at this weekend’s G20 trade ministerial, where Japanese and Canadian officials were closely monitoring the discussions between U.S. and Mexican negotiators.


(Daily News)
June 07, 2019

The U.S. has suspended plans to impose tariffs on Mexican goods after the two sides reached an agreement on immigration, President Trump announced on Friday.


(Daily News)
June 07, 2019

The U.S. and Mexico have a “good chance” of striking a deal on immigration that will involve increased Mexican purchases of U.S. agricultural products, President Trump said on Friday.


(Daily News)
June 07, 2019

Congressional opposition to blanket tariffs on Mexican goods is weakening President Trump's hand in negotiations over immigration, he said on Thursday.


(Daily News)
June 06, 2019

The Trump administration has not changed its position in ongoing negotiations with Mexican officials over immigration, planning still to hit all Mexican imports with tariffs by Monday unless the dispute is resolved, the White House said on Thursday as talks continued.


(In Trade)
June 06, 2019

“Commandeering U.S. trade policy to influence border security is an abuse of power. If the President does declare a national emergency and attempt to put these tariffs into place, I will introduce a resolution of disapproval to stop his overreach.”


(Daily News)
June 05, 2019

The U.S. and Mexico have yet to resolve a dispute over immigration that President Trump has tied to blanket tariffs on Mexican goods, Foreign Affairs Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said on Wednesday.


(In Trade)
June 05, 2019

The coalition wants Trump to back off his tariff threats and restore confidence in the North American relationship.


(Daily News)
June 04, 2019

In a draft statement of administration action on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement sent to Congress last week, the Trump administration suggested the frequent use of Section 301 as a means of enforcing the deal while leaving several issues, including those flagged by Democrats as major concerns, as open “for discussion.”


(Daily News)
June 04, 2019

Republican senators told Trump administration officials that they were considering a disapproval resolution to block tariffs President Trump has threatened to impose on Mexico, lawmakers said after meeting with the officials on Tuesday.


(Daily News)
June 04, 2019

Mexican Foreign Affairs Secretary Marcelo Ebrard on Tuesday said there was a strong chance the U.S. and Mexico could strike an agreement on immigration issues ahead of threatened tariffs on Mexican imports, but President Trump, in London, contended “it’s more likely that the tariffs go on."


(Daily News)
June 03, 2019

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue on Monday had what he called a “good discussion” with his Mexican counterpart about new tariffs threatened last week by President Trump, as agriculture groups and key lawmakers warned the costs to an already reeling industry could be steep.


(Daily News)
June 03, 2019

If the United States moves ahead with plans to impose tariffs on Mexican imports, Mexico’s first recourse will be to seek the help of the international community, Economy Secretary Graciela Márquez Colín said on Monday.


(In Trade)
May 31, 2019

The Mexican foreign affairs minister said he would meet with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo: “We will be firm and we will defend the dignity of Mexico.”


(In Trade)
May 31, 2019

“That number would eclipse $86 billion should the tariffs reach the president’s threatened cap of 25%.”


(Daily News)
May 31, 2019

Senate Finance Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) has come out against President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on Mexican goods, citing concern over the ratification of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, while the U.S. Chamber of Commerce said it was considering a legal challenge to the move.


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