The shows of support for Lopez Obrador emphasize that it is inadmissible that the US Government imposes tariffs on Mexican imports due to the migration crisis.
The undersecretary of Foreign Affairs for North America, Jesus Seade, said it would be a disaster if the United States imposes tariffs on Mexico, due to the serious consequences that it would bring.
Gustavo Hoyos, the national president of the Employers' Corporation, called on Twitter to act persuasively so that Trump's threat cannot become a reality, and to give a strong response if the tariffs come into force.
For his part, Kenneth Smith, former technical negotiation chief of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), noted on Twitter that if the United States imposes the tariffs, it would be violating the NAFTA and its commitments to the World Trade Organization (WTO).
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