'Diplomacy at its finest': Pompeo defends Mexico deal amid criticism of Trump's tariff threat
Monday, 10 June 2019
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo disputed reports that Mexico had already agreed to most of the provisions months ago, before last week's frenzied talks.
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According to the Automotive News, BMW AG opened its first Mexican assembly plant extolling its value for the coming years, just a week after President Donald Trump threatened a fresh tariff threat on Mexican goods. BMW spent about $1 billion on the plant, set in the vast arid plains of San Luis... BMW Opens Its First Plant In Mexico 00:37
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