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México-ollos-orgánica stock-trading-through-bilateral-agreement_strict_xxlA crise política entre Estados Unidos e México tamén poden ter un forte impacto sobre as relacións comerciais entre os dous países.

This could create a chain reaction affecting the agreements signed by Mexico with other states, including the EU; Mexico’s third-largest trading partner after the US and China.

O ano pasado, a UE eo México lanzou negociacións para modernizar o Acordo Global, xa en vigor para 20 anos, cun foco especial en acordos comerciais.

Renate Weber (Romania, Independent), ALDE’s co-ordinator on Latin American affairs, calls for lowered tariff barriers and taxes in the updated trade legal frame with Mexico:  “It is the right time for the European Union to show solidarity with Mexico, an important commercial partner and a country with which we share many common values.

“The message that the EU should send to Mexican citizens is that they are not alone and that they can count on us. Now more than ever we absolutely need an ambitious review of the EU-Mexico association agreement, thus enhancing our partnership on several grounds – commercial, political, social and cultural.”

Diplomatic tensions between Mexico and the new administration in Washington escalated following the White House’s suggestion to add a 20% tax on imports coming from the southern neighbour.

A Mexican official warned that a border tax would unleash consequences around the world and could trigger a global recession.  Renate Weber will participate at the meeting of the 22nd EU – Mexico Joint Parliamentary Committee, taking place between 21 – 23 February 2017.

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