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hello we are not Mexico's president on Saturday hinted his country could take in migration controls to defuse US president Donald trump's threat to slap tariffs on Mexican goods I he stands yes in governments are not there are international options that we could turn to we think that won't be necessary that we will achieve a good agreement through dialogue , striking an optimistic tone at a press conference president and that is mine went up a so but I thought analysts he's called said he expected good results from talks planned in Washington next week president trump ramped up his battle to control the flood of migrants entering the U. S. by threatening to slap a five percent tariff on all Mexican imports beginning June tenth his ultimatum hit stocks worldwide Friday and drew widespread criticism from US business leaders and lawmakers and even some from his own party White House correspondent Jeff Mason and I don't think the White House is surprised and I don't think the White House honestly really cares I think the president made his decision about these terrorists because he's very disturbed and upset about the number of migrants crossing the US Mexico border trump's threat to inflict pain on Mexico's economy is the biggest foreign policy test two dates for am low Mexico is one of the United States top trade partners and its economy relies heavily on exports to the US under trump's planned the terrorists could rise as high as twenty five percent this year and while I'm real said Mexico would not engage in trade wars with the U. S. he said his government did have a plan in the case trump goes through with the terrorists details of what that plan would look like were not provided