Opinion: Why the U.S. Should Start Focusing on Improving Relations with Mexico

Faced with the trade war started by former President Trump with constant threats to increase tariffs on steel and aluminum, Mexico has sought to expand its commercial horizon to include China and Russia.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (Opinion) Even though Russia and Mexico have had diplomatic and commercial relations since 1945, export/import transactions between the two countries are relatively insignificant. For 2016, the annual trade between the two was equivalent only to the value of the goods that cross the border between Mexico and the United States every 31 hours; in fact, Mexico has greater commercial exchange with Guatemala than with Russia.

Faced with the trade war involved in the international policy of former President Trump, the constant threats to increase tariffs on steel and aluminum by up to 25%, in case . . .

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