The current trade tensions with China are headlining, but there’s a new wrinkle: the proposed tariffs with Mexico, which threaten to disrupt large U.S./Mexico supply chains and derail the U.S.MCA. On May 30, President Trump tweeted: 

The U.S. imports $345 billion from Mexico and exports $245 billion to Mexico. The overall trade is fluid, with automobile parts and manufacturing crossing back and forth. It is estimated that about one-third of the value of a U.S. vehicle is from production in Mexico.

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