Mexico Delegation in U.S. to Discuss Immigration Issues
China’s willingness to re-engage the U.S. can be positive
Both China and Mexico Signal Willingness to Negotiate With U.S.
Beijing released on Sunday a government policy paper on trade issues, accusing Washington of scuttling the negotiations, which broke down in all but name in May.
The document said the Trump administration’s “America First” program and use of tariffs are harming the global economy and that China wouldn’t shy away from a trade war if need be. But throughout the document and at a briefing, the government suggested a willingness to return to negotiations.
Vice Commerce Secretary Wang Shouwen said in Beijing on Sunday.“We’re willing to adopt a cooperative approach to find a solution.”
Mexico, meanwhile, rushed a delegation to the U.S. to discuss immigration issues, following the Trump administration’s threat last week to impose tariffs on all Mexican goods entering the U.S.
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