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signs of progress Thursday in talks to avert US tariffs on Mexico sources told Reuters Mexico has offered to send up to six thousand of its National Guard troops to its southern border with Guatemala to block my grades headed for the U. S. the potential breakthrough comes on the second day of talks between the two countries in Washington after president Donald Trump the right to slap five percent tariffs on all Mexican goods unless it does more to stop the migrants according to witnesses Mexican soldiers and police on Wednesday had already begun stopping hundreds of migrants after they crossed the border from Guatemala , it's not clear whether Mexico's offer to send troops would be a knack for trump to left his terrorist threat which he said would take effect Monday ratcheting up to twenty five percent by the fall we called on them to do more vice president Mike pence on Thursday said Mexico would have to take decisive action , the potential terrorists have rattled global financial markets and drawn fire from many of trump's fellow Republicans were concerned about the impact it could have one US businesses and consumers according to The Washington Post they deal with Mexico could include a plan to overhaul asylum rules across the region by requiring central Americans to seek refuge in the first foreign country they set foot on making it easier for the US to deport asylum seekers in may monthly arrests that the US border reach levels not seen in over a decade with the U. S. customs and border protection reporting nearly one hundred thirty three thousand arrests