OTTAWA/WASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY — U.S., Canadian and Mexican authorities mentioned considerations over Mexican vitality coverage and labor points, representatives from the three international locations mentioned on Friday as they met in Vancouver for the second anniversary of a regional commerce pact.
U.S. Commerce Consultant Katherine Tai mentioned she has been elevating U.S. considerations about Mexico’s plans to tighten state management over the vitality sector for over a 12 months.
In March, she despatched a letter to Mexican Economic system Minister Tatiana Clouthier saying that U.S. firms had been going through arbitrary therapy, with over $10 billion of U.S. funding in Mexico in danger.
Tai additionally raised considerations with Mexico over the funding local weather in Mexico and its therapy of U.S. traders, which she mentioned impacted manufacturing within the southeastern United States, her workplace mentioned earlier.
Requested about so-called “enhanced security inspections” of autos crossing from Mexico into Texas, which snarled truck site visitors and sparked protests by Mexican truckers earlier this 12 months, Mexican Deputy Economic system Minister Luz Maria de la Mora mentioned the three international locations had mentioned avoiding having native governments take actions on the border that impression “integration.”
The officers met for the second anniversary of the United States-Mexico-Canada Settlement (USMCA) commerce pact.
The US and Canada plan to fulfill to debate disputes over the lumber commerce, Canada’s Worldwide Commerce Minister Mary Ng mentioned.
“It is a crucial sector, it employs tens of millions of Canadians and we all know that the way in which ahead is to discover a resolution with the US,” Ng mentioned. (Reporting David Lawder in Washington; Ismail Shakil and Steve Scherer in Ottawa and Kylie Madry, Anthony Esposito and Raul Cortes in Mexico Metropolis; enhancing by Diane Craft)
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