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fighting to stave off punitive tariffs announced by president trump a senior Mexican delegation was set to begin high level talks in Washington on Monday where it'll be pushed to do more to hold back central American migrants jumping Nancy apply tariffs on five percent of all Mexican goods on June tenth and increase the rate in coming months to twenty five percent if Mexico doesn't stem the flow of migrants at the border which is at a decade high this year with just a week until the first terrace bite the delegation led by foreign minister Marcello a Broward may have a hard time convincing US officials that Mexico is doing enough on immigration to avoid punishment or in this effects because president on Saturday into his country could tighten migration controls to defuse trumps terrorist threat saying he expected good results from this week's talks but trump on Sunday called Mexico an abuser of the United States and said he wanted action not talk Mexico has signaled they would retaliate to the terrace with targets likely to include farm products and trump supporting states Mexico's economy which is heavily reliant on exports to the U. S. shrank in the first quarter and would suffer more if trump were to Jack tariffs up all the way to twenty five percent