President Donald Trump's administration is reportedly considering delaying imposing tariffs on Mexico as the country pushes for more time while pledging to increase immigration enforcement and overhaul asylum rules.
"If the illegal migration crisis is alleviated through effective actions taken by Mexico, to be determined in our sole discretion and judgment, the Tariffs will be removed", Trump said in a May 30 statement. Further, such lawlessness would also, ostensibly, make it harder for China to trust the U.S.to abide by the terms of any agreement for ending the current trade war between the world's two great powers.
And yet it now looks possible that Mexico is so unnerved by the prospect of Trump's tariffs chasing investment and supply chains north of the border, they're not up to calling his bluff.
Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard held meetings with US officials at the State Department, while other negotiators from both countries met at the White House.
"It's very chaotic. We might be able to put up with 5% for a little bit, 10% maybe", said Guillermo Valencia, president of Valencia International, a customs broker in Nogales, Arizona. "I'm optimistic we can achieve that". Under such a plan, the United States would swiftly deport Guatemalan asylum seekers who set foot on USA soil to Mexico.
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"As an ally of this administration and an obvious supporter of border security, I think I come to this with a lot of credibility, but in this case I have a disagreement and would encourage them to focus on the real solution", Barr said. "The higher the Tariffs go, the higher the number of companies that will move back to the United States of America!"
'Despite some progress in talks, the Mexico tariffs are set to go into effect, ' the White House said Friday.
As Wednesday's talks ended, Ebrard said, "What we want to avoid is the impact of the tariffs for the two economies, for the consumers, for the people of both countries".
United States and Mexican officials continued discussions on Friday, with the Mexican foreign minister and attorneys for both governments meeting Friday morning.
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Meanwhile Carla Provost, the head of the US Border Patrol, downplayed the issue of asylum, saying migrants simply understand that, due to US laws, if they arrive with children, they will likely be released into the United States. "The best thing is free trade.to not close us", Lopez Obrador said.
Any migrant that does make it to the US border would be deported to the closest country of refuge.
Trump is facing pressure from Congress to move away from tariffs because of the impact they could have on the US economy.
Those numbers reached their highest level in more than a decade last month.
Trump has harshened his tone with regard to tariffs with Mexico in past weeks. Those people worry about the negative economic consequences for Americans and believe the tariffs - which would likely spark retaliatory taxes on US exports - would also hurt the administration politically.
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While Republican lawmakers, who have indicated they could block Trump's attempts to impose the tariff, and Mexican officials have attempted to dissuade the president from his threatened tariff, the administration has appeared unwilling to budge.