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'Diplomacy at its finest': Pompeo defends Mexico deal amid criticism of Trump's tariff threat

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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...

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