AMLO, ready to analyze the UK’s entry into T-MEC; British minister comes to Mexico

Given the UK’s intention to join the Treaty between Mexico, the United States and Canada (T-MEC), President Lopez Obrador emphasized that the three partner countries should review the listing.

It is a matter for the three countries that are now part of this agreement. for this reason Canada, the United States and Mexico should review“, She said.

“We have to see this with all the actors, we can’t expect, I support maintaining this agreementhe added.

The president mentioned that because of this treaty, Mexico is important in the manufacture of cars and auto parts.

“There is a permanent growth of export-related industries, which are the jobs and welfare of the country,” he said.

López Obrador assumed that the country was now growing at a rate greater than 6% “largely because of that treaty”.

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UK seeks trade deal

British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss will travel to Mexico on Thursday to strengthen the United Kingdom’s economic and diplomatic relations with that country, according to the Foreign Office in a statement today.

Britain’s new diplomatic chief, who is traveling to Mexico after attending the United Nations Assembly in New York, plans to meet her Mexican colleague Marcelo Ebrard.

According to the external, Truss will visit the AstraZeneca Vaccine Packing Center and inaugurate the new building of the British Embassy in MexicoAfter the former diplomatic headquarters was damaged by the strong earthquake in 2017.

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“A closer relationship with Mexico is an essential part of our plan to strengthen economic, diplomatic and security ties with like-minded allies who share our belief in free enterprise and free trade,” the minister said.

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Liz Truss, UK Foreign Secretary. Photo: EFE.

In the memo, Truss said a trade agreement with Mexico could lead to the UK’s participation in the Comprehensive and Progressive Treaty on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).

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Our relationship with Mexico has great potential. May open new job opportunities, support UK jobs And help us do key work in an open and dynamic Indo-Pacific.”

Truss will also attend a dinner to celebrate the cuisine of British-Mexican chef Fernando Stoffel, a three-star Michelin-star cook for Queen Elizabeth II.

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