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With U.S.-Mexico reaching agreement, trade tensions at southern border lessen

With last Friday’s news that the United States and Mexico reached a deal that will put off the implementation of tariffs by the United States on Mexico, which it had planned to start today as a countermeasure to what President Trump called an “ongoing illegal immigration crisis” at the Southern border, it is likely cross-border trade stakeholders are breathing a collective sign of relief.
Source: logistics Mgmt

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