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US president Donald Trump says he's cut a deal with Mexico and that proposed tariffs on imports from the country are quite hereby suspended indefinitely trump tweeted on Friday that his administration had reached a signed agreement with its southern neighbor and that Mexico had agreed to take measures to stem the flow of migrants to the U. S. southern border Mexico made a number of concessions during the talks including bolstering police in troop numbers on its own borders to stop migrants traveling north with the country's foreign minister saying Mexico and the US would lead efforts to create a prosperous and safe Central America when I'm not negotiators from both countries had resume talks in Washington on Friday aimed at averting US tariffs on Mexico in what had become a raging dispute other migrants traveling north through Mexico on route to the US president Donald Trump had threatened to impose five percent tariffs on Mexico starting on Monday if it did not stop the flow of migrants from Central America and vice president Mike pence on Thursday said Mexico would have to take quite decisive action we called on them to do more amid the talks Mexico agreed to send thousands of its National Guard troops to its southern border with Guatemala from Monday to block migrants heading for the U. S. witnesses said Mexican soldiers and police on Wednesday had already begun stopping hundreds of migrants after they crossed the border from Guatemala trump had threatened to ratchet up tariffs to twenty five percent on Mexican imports to the US by the full and the potential of those terrorists had rattled global markets also drawing fire from many of trump's fellow Republicans ward about the impact they could have had on US businesses and consumers in may monthly arrested the US border reach levels not seen in over a decade with the U. S. customs and border protection reporting nearly one hundred and thirty three thousand arrests