Mexico and the United States on Wednesday failed to secure a deal to close, and that the import levy of five per cent on all goods coming from Mexico are to be avoided. On Thursday, the talks continue, let the two parties know about it.
The Us president, when He tweeted that good progress was made in talks at the White House, “but not enough”.
The Mexican minister of Foreign Affairs, Marcelo Ebrard had, for his part, will know that the United States has a willingness to show the positions of the two sides closer to each other. Also, he said, despite the ‘tough’ calls, ‘optimism’ to keep up.
According to Ebrard, the focus of the meeting on Wednesday on migration issues. In the U.S., questions of immediate or short-term measures, while Mexico does not believe in “instant” or “punitive” measures in that regard. It has, however, offered to give, more to invest in the economy, the infrastructure and the education system in Central America and to the inhabitants thereof, to prevent, to leave it. The prime minister also admitted that the migration flows are to be significantly increased.
The import levy of five per cent on all goods coming from Mexico was on Thursday, may 30, as announced by the Home. The charge would be from the 10th of June, going into July 1 was increased to ten per cent if Mexico is not enough to take steps to, among others, the issue of migration to deal with it. Since then the rate is gradually increased up to 15 per cent from 1 August to 20 per cent starting from 1 september, and 25 per cent as from the 1st of October.