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The wall is not a bilateral issue. It’s not something that we discuss with the American government. Every country has a sovereign right to protect its borders the best way that they see fit.
We obviously don’t like the idea of a wall. It’s not a friendly gesture. And my own personal opinion is that it might not even work for the purposes that it’s meant to work for.
We need to stop illegal weapons flowing from the U.S. into Mexico.
For any country – and that includes Mexico and the U.S. – having good, robust relationships with crucial allies and neighbors, that’s putting your country first.
I think always having somebody that you trust and you know can help in the communication, that is very important.
The size of the energy sector in Mexico is just so vast; it has an outsize impact on the rest of the Mexican economy.
If NAFTA goes away, it’s not the end of the world. It certainly is not the end of trade between Mexico and the United States.
We want to send a clear message that the Mexican government won’t endanger its fiscal position, and we will remain on a path of fiscal responsibility.
We always think about illegal stuff moving through the border south to north, but people forget that most guns – and we’re not talking small guns, we’re talking heavy weapons – they get to the cartels and create literally small armies out of the cartels.
Mexico is an important country for the U.S. We should not forget that.
If what is on the table is something that is not good for Mexico, Mexico will step away from NAFTA.
What would happen if the markets suddenly questioned our ability to keep public finances in check? What would be the effect on growth?
I think TPP, as we knew it, is gone.
It’s very important that the government is close to the business community and that we understand their concerns. But at some point, the government needs to be a government.
Mexico is a market economy, but we should have better markets.
We always saw TPP as something that we want to be part of. In the beginning, we were not part of TPP, neither Canada or Mexico. So when we finally joined the negotiations, to us it was an opportunity.
Mexico is much bigger than NAFTA.
We’re absolutely open to making NAFTA better.
Mexico will under no circumstance pay for the wall that Mr. Trump is proposing.
The government needs to work to improve how markets perform.