Trade Attorney Carlos Véjar spoke with The Wall Street Journal on President Trump’s proposed tariffs on Mexico and how they have the potential to affect up to $360 billion in goods. If followed through, this would be the biggest imposition to date on such duties on a U.S. trading partner by President. Trump.
“Trade touches everything,” said Mr. Véjar. “If not the heart, it’s the principal vein of the economy’s circulatory system.”
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