Luis Videgaray


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We believe that separating families upon their arrival (to the U.S.)– independent of the reasons that motivated a policy of this nature– represents an attack on the integrity of the fundamental unit of society, which is the family.
Mar 10 2017
Luis Videgaray has most recently been quoted in an article called Mexico opens migrant defense centers at U.S. consulates. Luis Videgaray said, “We are not promoting illegality. Today we are facing a situation that can paradoxically represent an opportunity, when suddenly a government wants to apply the law more severely. It is becoming more than evident that to apply the law, which is the obligation of any state, would also imply a real economic damage to this country which highlights the need for immigration reform, an immigration reform that resolves once and for all the legal status of the people.”. Luis Videgaray has been quoted a grand total of 23 times in 18 articles.
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I don't rule out that there will be meetings in the next few days with officials from the administration.

I think it's a welcome sign, at least I interpret it that way, that we're seeing the rhetoric is changing. A very sizeable part.

The Mexican president directed me to communicate in a courteous and respectful way, to tell the White House it would be impossible for the meeting between the two leaders to happen. A tax on American imports on Mexican products isn't a way to get Mexico to pay for a wall. It is the American consumer who would be paying. That's because here in the United States, (there are) avocados, washing machines, televisions and a number of other products that the American families buy, which would immediately affect the pocket of Americans, affect the economy of the American consumer.

If you tax exports from Mexico into the United States, you're going to make things ranging from avocados to appliances to flat-screen TVs, you're going to make them more expensive. There are things that go beyond negotiation. This is about our dignity and our pride.

A tax on Mexican imports to the United States is not a way to make Mexico pay for the wall, but to a way make the North American consumer pay for it through more expensive avocados, washing machines, televisions.

What we want is to maintain free access for Mexican products, without restrictions, without tariffs and quotas.

There is a real worry that in the face of the slowing Chinese economy the public policy response is to start a round of competitive devaluation.

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