Mexico president to check out China to strengthen trade amid NAFTA talks – Mexico Institute

08/28/2017 Reuters

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MEXICO City (Reuters) – Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto will vacation to China future 7 days to discuss trade and financial commitment, as Mexico appears for ways to lessen its dependence on NAFTA, particularly trade with neighboring United States.

He will hold a bilateral assembly with China’s President Xi Jinping and participate in a summit of the BRICS nations, a grouping that consists of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, on Sept. 4 and 5, Mexico’s Foreign Ministry stated in a statement.

Pena Nieto’s check out comes as U.S., Mexican and Canadian negotiators fulfill Sept. 1-5 in Mexico City for a round of talks to revamp the 23-year-previous North American Free of charge Trade Settlement (NAFTA).

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