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lunes, 27 de febrero de 2017

US - Mexico energy relationship bound to flourish despite Trump's NAFTA renegociation

US - Mexico energy relationship bound to flourish despite Trump's NAFTA renegociation
- South of that border, Mexico's foreign secretary reportedly told Mexican lawmakers in private that the country is prepared to impose tariffs of its own. According to news reports, Luis Videgaray said the Mexican government is bracing for a long “battle” with the Trump administration.
Such cross-border talk has raised fears north and south about possible bruising effects on various industries, such as automobile manufacturing and agriculture. But many analysts agree that in at least one sector — energy — the two countries still share opportunities for financial gain and have less incentive for conflict. Even if some terms of the North American Free Trade Agreement change, they say, energy can remain a boon for both countries' economies, along with that of Canada.