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respond to tax with its own taxes. more productively, mexico is playing the china card. mexico realizes that it needs it to remain come pettive, it needs to trade with mexico because we produce things competitively together. finally, if taxes are imposed on trade with mexico, it's not going to lead those jobs to come back to united states. it will lead it to another country to compete globally. thank you, very much. >>> thank you pamela. >> good morning everyone. it's great to be here. when kim and i spoke about it panel, she and i agreed that it would be perhaps good that i share with you some of the stories of the last 25 years so you can see how do we get here. to this strong cooperation between our custom administration. well, almost 25 years ago when i arrived here, we began negotiating tax treaty because we were starting negotiations on free trade agreement that now we call nafta. we negotiated components of nafta. and we created nine work, groups at that time. those working groups ran from it, to labs for example, our labs in both custom to harmonthize the result would come up wi
trade. my final comment, month productively mexico is also aggressively playing the china card. we have heart numbers that imports from mexico into the united states contain 40% u.s. content, china only 4%. mexico is using that fact with the trump administration. but mexico also realizes that united states needs it to remain globally competitive. if the united states want to reduce trade deficit with china it needs to trade with mexico because we produce things together and produce things competitively together. finally, if taxes are imposed on trade with mexico, that's not going to lead jobs back to the united states. it leads the jobs to go to another low-cost producer to compete globally. with that, i will finish my remarks. thank you very much. >> thank you, pamela. jose martin, you're up. >> thank you. it is great to be here. when kim and i spoke about this panel, she and i agreed it would be good to share with you some of the stories of the last 25 years. so you can see how do we get here. to this strong cooperation between our custom administration. whaen we do at the bordea
final comment, more productively mexico is also aggressively playing the china card and we've heard numbers imports contained 40% u.s. content and china is only 4% and mexico is using that fact with the trump administration but mexico also realizes the united states needed to remain globally competitive to reduce the trade deficit with china if needs to trade with mexico because we've produced things together and competitively. finally, if the taxes are imposed with mexico that isn't going to leave them to come back to the united states committed well to go to another low-cost producer in order to be able to compete globally and with that i will finish my remarks. thank you very much. >> pamela, you are up. >> good morning everyone. it's great to be here. when we spoke about this, she and i agreed it would be perhaps good that i share some of the stories of the last 25 years so you can see how we get here between the customs administration and whatever we do at the border. almost 25 years ago we began negotiating a tax treaty between mexico and the u.s. because we were starting nego
to any -- with respect to taxes on trade. more productively mexico is playing the china card. we have heard the numbers that imports from mexico into the united states contain 40% u.s. content. mexico is using that fact with the trump administration. mexico also realizes that the united states needs it to remain globally competitive. if the united states wants to reduce its trade deficit with china it needs to trade with mexico because we produce things competitively together. finally if tacks a-- taxes are on mexico, it will go to another low cost producer in order to compete globally. with that i will finish my remarks. thank you very much. >> jose martin you're up. >> thank you, it's great to be here, when kim and i spoke about this panel, she and i agreed it would be perhaps good that i share with you some stories other the past 25 years so you can see how we get here between our customs administrations and whatever we do at the borer. well, almost 25 years ago when i arrived here we negotiated a tax treaty between the mexico and u.s. because we were starting negotiations on
china carpet we've all heard the numbers that imports from mexico into the united states contain 40% u.s. content. china is only 4%. mexico is using that fact with the trump administration but mexico also realizes that the united states needs it to remain globally competitive. if the united states wants to reduce the trade deficit with china it needs to trade with mexico because we produce things together and produce things competitively together. and finally if taxes are imposed on trade with mexico, it's not going to leave those job to come back to the united states. it will lead those jobs to go to another low-cost producer in order to be able to complete -- compete globally. and with that i will finish my remarks. thank you very much. thank you very much, pamela. josÉ martine, i think you are up spent the morning everyone. it's great to be here. when kim and i spoke about this panel, she and i agreed that it would be perhaps good that i share with you some of the stories of the last 25 years. so that you can see how did we get here to this very stronghold between our administra
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