Canacero official: the Mexican government intends to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum in the United States.-Shanghai Metals Market

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Canacero official: the Mexican government intends to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum in the United States.

Translation 02:02:49PM Nov 29, 2018 Source:SMM
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SMM11, 29 Feb: Raul Gutierrez, vice president of Canacero, said on Monday at the Industrial Development and Economic growth Institute (IDIC) that the new administration of Lopez Obrador, who took office on December 1, had promised that if the Trump administration did not eliminate its 232tariffs, Or if it imposed unacceptable export quotas, Mexico would impose tariffs on US steel and aluminium, a sign of Mexico's attitude.

On Friday, Mexico, the United States and Canada are expected to sign the U.S.-Mexico-Canada North American Free Trade Agreement (USMCA), but tariffs on steel and aluminum are not part of the agreement.

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Canacero official: the Mexican government intends to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum in the United States.

Translation 02:02:49PM Nov 29, 2018 Source:SMM
The content below was translated by Tencent automatically for reference.

SMM11, 29 Feb: Raul Gutierrez, vice president of Canacero, said on Monday at the Industrial Development and Economic growth Institute (IDIC) that the new administration of Lopez Obrador, who took office on December 1, had promised that if the Trump administration did not eliminate its 232tariffs, Or if it imposed unacceptable export quotas, Mexico would impose tariffs on US steel and aluminium, a sign of Mexico's attitude.

On Friday, Mexico, the United States and Canada are expected to sign the U.S.-Mexico-Canada North American Free Trade Agreement (USMCA), but tariffs on steel and aluminum are not part of the agreement.

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