President Donald Trump's tariffs on aluminum and steel put a number of nations on edge.
The World Trade Organization received a complaint Tuesday from Mexico, a WTO official in Geneva said.
"Mexico can adjust the composition of the list of products originating from the United States", the ministry warned.
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Trump has infuriated European Union members, Canada and Mexico by imposing tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminium, ending months of uncertainty about potential exemptions and suggesting a hardening of the USA approach to trade negotiations.
Ottawa hit back with proportional Can$16.6 billion (US$12.8 billion) in tariffs on United States steel and aluminium as well as consumer goods. "Mexico, Canada, China and others have treated them unfairly", Trump tweeted as he assured his country to change this dynamic through his ongoing trade deals.
Joseph Galimberti, the president of the Canadian Steel Producers Association, says he urged the government in a cabinet meeting today to immediately impose the retaliatory tariffs on metals while it consults on other products. "The prime minister raised the USA decision to apply tariffs to European Union steel and aluminium imports, which she said was unjustified and deeply disappointing", a spokesman for the prime minister told reporters.
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The tariff increases are created to hit areas that are politically favorable to Trump, such as pork production, Mexican experts said. Although Washington wants its deficit with China to average $15 billion monthly, it will likely also hover around last month's $26 billion.
So the Trump administration's new tariffs on NAFTA partners as well as its goal of adding a sunset provision to NAFTA almost guarantees that fewer companies will allow their supply chains to straddle North American borders.
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