All quotes about Mexico
Donald J. Trump, Enrique Pena Nieto and Luis Videgaray, are the people who have been quoted the greatest number of times about Mexico. You can find them on this page and an additional total of 453 people who have something to say about this topic. All the 754 quotes on this page are sorted by date and by name. You can also have access to the articles to get the context of the quotes. The most recent quote from Donald J. Trump is: “It makes no sense to introduce an agreement with border restrictions or tariffs.”.
All quotes about Mexico
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A steamy Gulf has meant that any time winds blow out of the south, we're not going to cool down that much overnight, and daytime temperatures can warm pretty quickly. While the relationship is far from absolute, scientists have found that when the G[...]
The water is only one piece. This year we have both ingredients. With them coming together, we're already seeing tornado levels as high as they've been since 2008.
We've not had strong, long-lasting cold fronts make it this far south.
Out of 90 days this winter, Miami saw a record setting 69 of them reach 80°F or warmer! In addition, 11 daily record high temperatures were set as were 8 daily record warm low temperatures and 2 monthly record warm low temperatures.
We just keep pounding them on how critical trade is to us. We'll be the first to take the hit.
It would be devastating.
I worry that at any time the cops could detain me. I feel uncertain all the time because it seems as if every day there's more bad news against our community. We are at greater risk of having our families broken apart, and we haven't even committed [...]
I know families that wouldn't take their kids to the Mardi Gras parade. They say, I heard they might be picking people up there.' There's a fear of everything, even going to the grocery store.
They're having recurring nightmares or eating too much or too little. One child simply told me 'My body aches.
Kids are suffering from anxiety about not wanting to leave their parents or being worried [about if] they'll still be there when they get home.
They feel nervous and afraid and worry about things outside their control. What was interesting was that children of undocumented parents had fewer behavior problems and were less likely to be hyperactive. They sit still and are quiet, but they're e[...]
Instead of cops and robber, it was ICE chasing the immigrant. That's chilling!
These are things that an 11-year-old shouldn't have to be thinking about. Today will be a great day. I want you to learn a lot. When you get home, we will play together or maybe we'll go shopping.
Clients tell me 'I don't know what would happen if I got taken away. There's no one here to take care of my kids.
The fear is affecting every part of their lives.
As a mom I try to do everything so they don't worry when they're not with me. But I don't know what to do for them to not have to go through this. I feel so helpless.
People call me all the time, saying 'What can we do?' They are so stressed out.
God, please protect my family. I'm placing my family in your hands. You brought us this far to this country for opportunity.
You want to make sure you have access to your insulin.
We're not going to have laws to restrict (companies), but I believe considering your reputation it would undoubtedly be in your interest to not participate in the construction of the wall. There won't be a law with sanctions, but Mexicans and Mexica[...]
I think the game is going to be really complicated. Of course Guardado is a very important player for Mexico, but they have players who are definitely good enough to replace him. I don't think it changes anything for us. Oscar already has gone over [...]
It impacts things a lot because they're key players for Mexico. They're important players for Mexico, but at the same time behind them there are players with great quality as well. So the players who are going to replace them are going to play well.
My goal would be to get Trump out to play the course, appealing to the golf course owner and business side of him, and say, Look, what would you do?' . Seven of our holes are on the Rio Grande. You can hit your ball into Mexico, and it comes back in[...]
The Mexican economy is way behind the U.S. and Canadian economy in terms of transparency, openness, development. So I don't think objectively you could say Mexico is a fairer place to invest. Part of the problem is the U.S. and Canada are so similar[...]
The reality is in almost every aspect of our lives, we work co-operatively with our neighbor the United States of America. Our challenge is that most of this relationship works so well it's hardly noticed, particularly by many of our friends south o[...]
With Canada, the frustration is just that these problems have been ongoing for years, decades, and have not gotten resolved. A lot of frustration with Canada is rooted in the fact that these problems shouldn't be so hard given how much we have in co[...]
There are a number of issues we have to address with respect to Canada.
The big problem is that they tend to discuss the success or failure of trade agreements by whether we have a trade surplus or trade deficit.
There is some element of 'It's always safe to complain about Canada.
You don't come to Texas and embarrass us here on our own turf.
It's unfortunate because that's a nice piece of memorabilia. If it shows up on eBay some day, can you let me know so I can track that down?
A real embarrassment that a Mexican may have stolen Tom Brady's Jersey. It gives pretexts to the anti-Mexican offensive. He should be punished.
You don't come to Texas and embarrass us here on our home turf. We are highly confident that these are the jerseys.
The peso has been one of President Trump's biggest winners because it was one of candidate Trump's biggest losers.
We analyzed it and decided because of the suggestion of the players themselves. It's proven that the strongest effects of altitude occur at 72 hours, and this is what was happening. We think that with this decision the team is going to be better tra[...]
I shared messages with Jesus Corona and it's worth saying that he like Marco Fabian, fortunately they played for their clubs. Practically, though, it was something already sorted out. We had an agreement with their teams to give them the chance to r[...]
There are very many different models and in Latin America specifically, Brazil is learning from the countries Mexico, Colombia and Chile.
Well, I have lived in different places in the world like South Africa and Mexico and…I can really see that in Norway, we are privileged in many ways. I don't know if we can say that we are the happiest people because you also have a lot of depressed[...]
If it shows up on eBay or something, somebody let me know.
It's unfortunate, because that's a nice piece of memorabilia. So if it shows up on eBay, someone let me know and I'll track that down. Those are pretty special ones to keep. What can you do? I'll take the ring and that's good enough for me.
I am especially excited about my debut race at the Mexico City ePrix. Hopefully I can put on a good show for the passionate home fans.
I'm very grateful to join Techeetah, a team with real competitiveness. After four years of an incredible experience in F1, I'm now taking a step forward into the future of motorsports.
We know that the United States is important. But it seems the U.S. government doesn't understand that Mexico is important. I think Mexico should have a Plan B. The cooperation continues to be good but we could lose many things.
Were the United States to continue along the lines of the president's [Trump's] grossly insulting tone and substance, or if there were an attempt to redraw fundamentally the economic framework that has grown trade from $80 billion annually to nearly[...]
That's a concern now. We do need Mexico's cooperation on it. Mexico has the option of saying, Not our problem. You're the consuming country.
It became a really quite warm and cooperative relationship.
In the state of Illinois alone, perhaps 2 million monarchs are killed by cars during the southern migration each year.
The loss of subsistence diets and lifestyles could be classed as a new risk factor for vascular ageing and we believe that components of this way of life could benefit contemporary sedentary populations.
It may not be possible for people in the industrialised world to copy the Tsimane community's way of life, but there are certainly aspects of their diet and lifestyle, such as not smoking and eating a diet low in fat, that we can better incorporate [...]
Conventional thinking is that inflammation increases the risk of heart disease. However, the inflammation common to the Tsimane was not associated with increased risk of heart disease, and may instead be the result of high rates of infections.
Our study shows that the Tsimane indigenous South Americans have the lowest prevalence of coronary atherosclerosis (hardening and narrowing of the arteries) of any population yet studied. Their lifestyle suggests that a diet low in saturated fats an[...]
We already know that certain aspects of lifestyle increase your risk of heart disease, and we've been providing advice on these for many years now. This study simply adds to the wealth of research already done on this topic. There are some lessons w[...]
We have a good relationship, but I do believe when you look at the supply chain in North America, we can do so much more together. We value our political and commercial relationship with Mexico and we will work closely with Mexico to build a more pr[...]
It's just unbelievable how much energy's released. We hope that we would never have to use a nuclear weapon ever again. I think that if we capture the history of this and show what the force of these weapons are and how much devastation they can wre[...]
We don't have any experimental data for modern weapons in the atmosphere. The only data that we have are the old tests. One of the payoffs of this project is that we're now getting very consistent answers. We've also discovered new things about thes[...]
I know there will be no justice, only divine justice. From that, you cannot escape. I didn't make much of it until the next day when I took a good look and realized it was a sketch, a very detailed map of how to get to the place and that there was a[...]
Before it was much more difficult. We were ignorant of what happened and how to search. But we taught ourselves and now we are also teaching others.
Not done yet, but I've made progress. But not as much as I hoped a year ago, when I thought to be done by now. I think it will be out this year. (But hey, I thought the same thing last year).
As a foundation and a non-profit, [Martin's] vision to make this facility accessible and affordable.
The United States has not yet still made a formal notification to Congress about the issues and also about the timing with respect to the renegotiation of NAFTA. But what is important to acknowledge is that, as Prime Minister Trudeau said, we are pr[...]
Our view is that something can always be improved, and as long as we focus on better outcomes for our constituencies, we can get to a good place.
For me it is quite clear. NAFTA is a three-nation agreement. So the way to renegotiate a three-nation agreement is on a trilateral basis.
The early results show that enforcement matters, deterrence matters.
There is absolutely no difference in border enforcement today than six months ago.
Smugglers are not that predicable. There's no smuggling business model.
After they get deported, they have this strong social need to come back.
We believe that components of this way of life could benefit contemporary sedentary populations. They have a very high likelihood of living into old age. My best guess is that they act and they interact.
Most of the Tsimané are able to live their entire life without developing any coronary atherosclerosis. This has never been seen in any prior research. While difficult to achieve in the industrialized world, we can adopt some aspects of their lifest[...]
Over the last five years, new roads and the introduction of motorised canoes have dramatically increased access to the nearby market town to buy sugar and cooking oil.
In the evolutionary past, fat and dense energy in the form of sugar were in short supply.
This study suggests that coronary atherosclerosis [hardening of the arteries] could be avoided if people adopted some elements of the Tsimané lifestyle, such as keeping their LDL cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar very low, not smoking and [...]
There are a lot of towns where clandestine graves have been found. There are pits where we are not working because we don't have space to put the bodies that we might find. It is impossible that nobody realized what was going on here, how vehicles w[...]
If Republicans insist on inserting poison pill riders … they will be shutting down the government and delivering a severe blow to our economy.
This is a hard-power budget. That was done intentionally. The president wants to send a message to our allies and to our potential adversaries.
I've been defending what we've been doing over there. I think it's a good thing. I'm just watching [the contract] to see if I can offer anything to anybody when it comes.
Mitochondria diseases can be devastating for families affected and this is a momentous day for patients.
We have been through the same strategy of militarizing public safety, and it has been a tremendous failure. Not only has it not diminished violence, we now have evidence that it has worsened violence in Mexico.
Mexico has worked hard to promote its image as a state that defends or advances international human rights. But at home, the human rights situation is simply dreadful: severe abuse, torture, summary executions and virtually guaranteed impunity.
We have not done what was necessary to make the system function properly. I think a lot of people are assuming that just because we have oral trials and courtrooms, because we have the scenery, that the trials will work, but this is not a play.
But that isn't the right question. The right question is, Should they continue to do it at all? The right question is, Has the military paradigm been successful? The answer to that, in a huge and overwhelming majority, is no.
I am a proponent of the accusatory system, and I know it inside out. What is necessary now is to make adjustments that allow for an absolute respect to civil liberties, and to give the Mexican state instruments and elements to make it more efficient.
A reform of this size and relevance requires a complex transition process, a cultural change of mind, a generational turnover even. But that doesn't mean we should stop walking the path towards that goal, no matter how complex and how much time it t[...]
What is absurd is that they are not letting the 2008 reform sit, or allowing it to be managed by the judges first.
If you look at both of these laws, they are geared towards the same goal – the police having more power and slowly transitioning the country into something like a police state. They are both geared towards the same horizon.
This law is not intended to militarize the country, but rather to give certainty to the population so we know the boundaries of the armed forces' actions.
I don't care at all as long as Mexico's paying for it – it's neither here nor there for me.
I'm amused by the Democrats apparently warming up to the idea that threatening to shut down the government's a good idea.
I believe a border wall is part of our security needs, but that alone isn't going to achieve the goal.
I think that wall would be an awful symbol for the United States.
It's really an issue that we feel strongly about in the Democratic Caucus.
It may not be possible to do everything we want to do by April 28.
I'll make comments regarding the budget after I see it.
My focus is on defense spending. Not 'the fence' – defense.
The climate team was formed to handle breaking news stories exactly like this one – along with bigger enterprise pieces like last month's story on the water crisis in Mexico City. Climate change is by definition a global story. And we want to be abl[...]
There's going to be a separation of the part of the company that has union representation. Telmex hasn't been a great performer of late. This could be a chance for a relaunch.
That possibility exists. We're trying to keep that from happening.
This order comes from the regulator.
Regulators aren't businesspeople, and they aren't aware of all the subtleties.
I know what I have to do and how I have to take care of myself. When I have to rest, I rest. When I have to do something special, I do something. For me, I just have to take it easy and learn the process … I have to be ready every day, but when I ne[...]
It's good that in Mexico as well as in the United States we're seeing teams play young players, giving them an opportunity.
By the nature of the project, being a period film, we had to close streets. In addition to the support from the authorities, the people understood what the project was about and it was interesting to talk about that city for which many people were s[...]
We don't think e-commerce is a loss leader.
It would only be on the Mexican side because I don't think we would be allowed to work on the other side. They said they only wanted American products.
So I put my name on the list to see what happens.
What we have found is abominable and it reveals the state of corruption, violence and impunity that reigns not only in Veracruz, but in all of Mexico.
For more than a month, I've been in a detention center.
I encountered the saint, my Girl, at a time when I was near death. Honestly, I've been very bad. I did things I shouldn't have, but God gave me a second chance and thanks to God, I discovered Santa Muerte. I go to a church and like the priest says: [...]
She chooses them and has always been with us.
Venezuela had the advantage by about a thousandth, and we will play that game tomorrow against Italy. That was surprising, and well, we are happy that at least we are going to have another chance.
It doesn't specify outs. It says innings. We played the ninth inning against Italy.
People that prefer to talk about football, I prefer to remember you, brother, as a great friend.
There was a sugar mill...that was loading a ship headed to refineries in the United States and when it was ready to leave the port, we suddenly learned that the export contracts were being canceled.
We play until the last out – it's something we talked about from long before the tournament started. One of the things we have to do is we have to grind. We might not be as talented as other teams, but I think it's really important that we play ever[...]
Next game is going to be like a Game 7 of the World Series. We cannot change the outcome, but we're going to try to stay positive. The next game is the most important game for us, and I know that this team is not going to bow down.
For some reason, anytime Italy wins, it's a big surprise. It's been like that for eight years now. The only ones that are not surprised, it's these guys, because they're playing to win. They're playing to win every pitch.
I don't swing to be a home-run king. I try to drive in runs. I'm so happy to contribute to the national team.
And sometimes, we're able to make it; sometimes, we don't make it. But they play to win, and they showed it tonight.
Do you believe that Mexico will pay for it [the border wall]?
They'll tunnel anywhere they want to. It's wherever they can get a building on the south side and a building on the north side. Location, location, location. It gets down to funding and political will.
I remember they took me to the border, opened a door and that was it. You feel lost. Where do I sign up? Donald Trump is the commander in chief, and we have to work with that. We are soldiers.
I would enlist all over again.
We offered our lives, in exchange for nothing.
Unfortunately we haven't spoken a lot, because I understand that in the day-to-day, not only with La Liga but also with the Champions, their attention must be totally on their games. It hasn't been with the frequency I wanted, but it's very, very im[...]
Margarita Zavala is a former congresswoman and first lady of Mexico and is a contender for the Mexican presidency in 2018.
Yes, I am considering - in order to deter more movement along this terribly dangerous network - I am considering exactly that. We have tremendous experience in dealing with unaccompanied minors. They will be well cared for as we deal with their pare[...]
I would do almost anything to deter the people from Central America getting on this very, very dangerous network ... going through Mexico.
It will give them an opportunity to bring international technology and capital in to develop Mexico's deep water. Pemex never could have developed that. In the United States, there's been a huge benefit in the sale of natural gas to Mexico and also [...]
The prospects are for additional gas supply only to continue to increase, and right now we see over the next five years, at least, relatively flat prices for natural gas globally, so the question then becomes, Where does American natural gas fit in?
Metallica has much respect for the man coming out here to sing a song with us. And we're grateful that he's been able to be on this Mexico City tour with us, . Please show your sign of respect and love to Mr. Iggy Pop.
My dad was really puzzled. Because his father didn't want to say 'Mexico'. My father was confused because he had always been a proud Mexican.
Individuals who left at 5, 6 and 7 years old found themselves in Mexico dealing with process of socialization, of learning the language, but they maintained an American identity. And still had the dream to come back to 'my country.
The first raid in Los Angeles was in 1931–they surrounded La Placita Park near downtown L.A. It was a heavily Latino area. They, literally, on a Sunday afternoon, rounded everyone up in park that day, took them to train station and put them on a tra[...]
I wouldn't have even been in the WGC-Mexico Championship, but for my win in Abu Dhabi, so to keep it going in such a big tournament featuring the world's best is fantastic.
These two rounds were the sort of rounds I would have expected the first two days, not the last two.
It's a tough spot to be in. There's a lot of pressure on you. I came out and played really well.
Sometimes you're going to make some bogeys from those greens and unfortunately for me, it happened at the end.
Around here, anything can happen.
If the Prime Minister of the country that you live in breaks off from the G20 summit in Mexico - he's in a meeting with the 19 most important people in the world and he comes out and makes a press statement about your tax affairs - that is going to [...]
It's incredibly important to us that this border stays open and flowing with product from Mexico to the U.S.
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 o[...]
Phil rode his luck out there. But geez, if I was hitting it off the tee like he did today, there's no way I would shoot 68. That's the great thing about Phil. ... I would be a mess if I was hitting it the way he was today. I guess that's the differe[...]
I've shot numbers like this hitting shots like that and salvaging strokes, but I've been playing better than that. That looks like the way I've hit it the last three years – all over the place and saving shot. I haven't been doing that this year. I [...]
It looked perfect. I think I said, Go in.' You might as well say it. I haven't hit too many shots exactly how I wanted. I liked this result.
If it's not the greens – someone is playing goalie up by the hole – the trees are catching my ball.
I have a lot of great players chasing me. I just have to go out and make a bunch of birdies.
It happens. If it's not the greens – someone is playing goalie up by the hole – the trees are catching my ball.
I think I said, Go in.' You might as well say it. I haven't hit too many shots exactly how I wanted. I liked this result.
I feel like I'm hitting good putts, they're just very difficult. I feel like someone's playing goalie up by the hole. It's not going my way right now, but hopefully I can roll in a few more putts this weekend. I feel like I'm hitting it great.
I would have taken a 65 starting today and I definitely would have taken a two-shot lead going into the weekend, so I'm in a great position. I'm kicking myself because I missed a couple of short ones coming in, but overall I'm in a good spot and loo[...]
I just felt like I had a bit more energy. I had a bit more pep in my step. I wasn't just trying to get through the round today, I was trying to build on the score that I had and it was nice to feel like that again.
Look, I'm in a great position. But I felt like I could have been a few more ahead.
It was intentional. The big picture is we need to work to support Mexico's effort to improve the sewage infrastructure system in Tijuana so this doesn't happen again.
Today marks the beginning of what we hope will be a long and fruitful relationship between BHP Billiton, Pemex and Mexico.
Especially for children that have just completed a perilous journey from Central America.
We suffered a cost as a nation by sending those hard workers to the U.S., in the sense that we lost a lot of talent. When they come back to Mexico and they are properly trained, they will make more than a proportional contribution to Mexico.
It really interrupts the economic and social norms of Mexico. They speak English, and they're asking for access to higher education and to employment in ways that their parents were not able to.
Many of these people come not knowing how to speak Spanish. They come feeling very bitter, very ashamed and very hurt.
I told them, Dude, if I finished high school, isn't it common sense that I went through middle school?' . They said, Yes, but this is the process.
The first thing that many have in mind is: 'I want a job,' . We help them identify other areas where they need assistance.
I can't imagine them living here.
The situation here doesn't look good.
This place really beats you up. There are so many circumstances here that constantly keep hitting you, pulling you down, and you've got to keep driving through it, grinding and pulling.
Mexico is starting to trade more idiosyncratically. I don't necessarily think Mexico will be a proxy for all emerging markets, like it was in 2015 and early 2016.
We saw pressure there as people associated the peso with a story of weakening currencies in the markets that have had to cope with the commodity shock. The reverse of what some may be thinking is that Mexico has now started to trade more in isolatio[...]
You can see that the real is more correlated with Brazilian fundamentals, so even as things were happening, it did not depreciate as much as the peso. The peso took a hit for the region as a whole on Trump-related factors, but also on regional econo[...]
I wouldn't say these currencies have overtaken it.
They would be putting money above national interests. Obviously the wall construction is an offense to Mexico.
In 2008, the George W. Bush administration, which had started building about 670 miles of border fencing on mostly federally owned land in Arizona, California and New Mexico under the Secure Fence Act of 2006, tried to seize an acre or so in Cameron[...]
You really aren't able to overpower the course because of how tight it is. That makes the precision with the irons more important. The greens are very difficult to putt. They don't look as difficult as I think they are.
The couple bogeys I made, I felt like I didn't hit any bad shots. Just a bad deal. But solid day.
I'm going to hit a provisional.
In a sense, we have developed a law-enforcement cooperative wall at this point, without actually having the physical construction of a wall. But I would also say ... that we will do it in cooperation with our counterparts in the government of Mexico.
We loved the experience going down and playing in that environment. It was a great environment. Look forward to going down again. I would love it if somehow, the commissioner could make sure that every other year we have it as a road game and not al[...]
We are very well positioned to serve the infrastructure needs of the U.S. It is a market where we see some of the highest growth potential in the next couple of years. We will participate in all critical infrastructure projects in the U.S. The wall [...]
Hopefully, we'll get a tournament back in Miami, because it's a wonderful golf mecca. But to move a World Golf Championship to Mexico City is a good thing.
It's nice to go back to the course that you played really well on, but it's just another week, and we're all learning the course, kind of starting on an even playing field. If we were all at Doral, we would all know the course.
I hit that one pretty good.
I really like Doral. I like what Gil Hanse did with the course. I like going there. But as a World Golf Championship event, it's not a bad thing to move it to a different part of the world outside the United States. To bring the best players in the [...]
I've been traveling the world for 20-plus years and never been to Mexico. Everyone seems to be very excited to have the event here. I could tell on the fans out on the golf course. I just came off now, played the back nine and there's a lot of reque[...]
Unless Mexico is going to treat the US fairly with respect, such a meeting would be fruitless and I want to go in different route. We have no choice. Border security is a serious, serious national issue and problem. A lack of security poses a substa[...]
Obviously if Trump mentions any specific countries, their currencies will be affected. Countries likely to attract his attention are China, Germany, Japan and Mexico, which all have large trade surpluses versus the United States.
We had more than 951 attendees here at the Monument of the Revolution with their dogs. The requirement for the Guinness Record was that they are English Bulldogs, older than one year, and that's what we did.
Incredible. It's an incredible breed. It's a very affectionate breed. A lot of people think they are aggressive but the truth is that it is a very noble and tender breed.
We're just in the process of building our facilities so we'll be customizing our crops to what the market is most receptive to, but it's definitely an important part of this.
We're not willing to risk that investment or that goal by skirting or subverting federal laws or anything like that. That's what we're looking at, the long range. We're taking our time with it. We're going to make sure everything is right.
What we plan on doing is working with the FDA to approve our novel prescription drugs. We're not in the smoke business; we're in the oil business. To spend this much money and to integrate this much technology, we're looking to abide by the federal [...]
As this industry grows, job opportunities grow, tax revenue grows and ancillary businesses grow around them. It's been a real financial boon for the states where it's been implemented.
The moment that they say, We're going to put a 20 percent tariff on cars,' I get up from the table.
Naturally the Mexican government would need to respond. Our response would probably not be to put a general tax on all imports from the United States because that would harm the Mexican consumer, we would hurt the daily lives of Mexicans. We would d[...]
The U.S. auto industry has the same issue with Mexico: they are simply moving production to a country where laws permit worse working conditions.
We've defended other nations' borders while leaving ours wide open, anybody can come in. We're going to build a wall, don't worry about it. We're building the wall, we're building the wall. In fact, it's going to start soon. Way ahead of schedule, w[...]
You see what's happening at the border. All of a sudden for the first time we're getting gang members out, were getting drug lords out. We're getting really bad dudes out of this country and at a rate that nobody has ever seen before. And they're th[...]
Let me be very, very clear. There will be no, repeat, no mass deportations. And again listen to this no, repeat, no use of military force in immigration operations.
It's a military operation. Because what has been allowed to come into our country, when you see gang violence that you've read about like never before and all of the things, much of that is people who are here illegally. And they're rough and they'r[...]
At the moment we are in a sort of no mans land as far as markets are concerned. Since Trump's inauguration it's been a bumpy ride and if we focus on what he has been saying about China, the intention to charge U.S. firms abroad taxes, the narrative [...]
That's really going to open the door for China to have a lot more power within Asia and power in Latin America, and in North America, even talking to Mexico directly now. That's going to change the equation for China and the balance of power on trad[...]
In a relationship filled with vibrant colors, two strong sovereign countries from time to time will have differences. We listened closely and carefully to each other as we respectfully and patiently raised our respective concerns.
We have expressed our concern about a possible increase in deportations and the possibility that citizens of other countries may be returned to our territory, until their legal situation is resolved.
It is an evident fact that Mexicans feel concern and irritation over what are perceived as policies that may hurt Mexicans and the national interest of Mexicans here and abroad.
They were waiting for me outside.
It's a military operation.
Mexico needs the United States, and the United States also needs Mexico. Our countries will always be neighbors so the best thing would be to have agreements that work for both equally.
There exists among Mexicans worry and irritation about what are perceived to be policies that could be harmful for the national interest and for Mexicans here and abroad.
There is no mistaking that the rule of law matters along both sides of our border.
Are we in trouble? I don't think so. Mexico has a world class team of negotiators. The U.S. shouldn't do too bad for themselves, but Mexico is not a pushover.
A new crisis is an opportunity to restructure, have better institutions. Be calm. Patience. Sell and inform about the benefits of NAFTA. We only hear the negatives, we only hear the bad guys talking.
I think there is a win-win result for us and Mexico on this. We've got to do things that are good for us and good for them.
The meeting will happen, if it happens, in the context of the agreements they reach.
I don't think these laws are in the best interests of moms or babies. Opioid-use disorder is a medical problem and not a moral failing. We're not going to arrest 440,000.
If there ever was a time when it's good to help people with substance abuse, it's pregnancy.
Let me be clear, there will be no mass deportations, everything we do in DHS will be done legally. The focus of deportation will be on the criminal element, all of this will be done in close coordination with Mexico.
I would argue that we have a very healthy and robust relationship with the Mexican government and Mexican officials. And I think they would echo that same sentiment.
This visit takes place at a complex time for relations between our two countries. At a time when both of our countries and our governments have notable differences, the best path to solving them is dialogue.
There will be no use of military forces in immigration. There will be no – repeat, no – mass deportations.
The focus of deportation will be on the criminal element, all of this will be done in close coordination with Mexico.
[Trump] is thinking about how to make it fair. He said it is unfair now, tax regimens in one country versus tax regimens in another, and how China and Mexico deals with us. Everyone has a [value-added tax] of some sort. That looms large. Should we p[...]
I actually said to my people, find a country where we actually do well. So far, we haven't found that country. It's just losses with everybody and we're going to turn that around.
The Mexican government will take all the measures legally possible to defend the human rights of Mexicans abroad, especially in the United States.
The relationship... is at such a historic low that it would be wishful thinking to assume that new concrete agenda items to advance [it] will come at this point.
If you look at the status of most [campaign] promises, those that would be the most expansionary, things like tax reform and deregulation et cetera, those have largely been delayed. Whereas if you look at the status of promises that would likely dam[...]
We have to be treated fairly by Mexico.
I want to say clearly and most emphatically that the Mexican government and the Mexican people have no reason to accept unilateral decisions imposed by one government on another. We are not going to accept that, because we don't have to.
It all depends on the agreements that they arrive at. It all depends on the outcome and if there are important and positive things or very clear messages that need to be conveyed through these emissaries.
I think Secretary Tillerson and Secretary Kelly are going to have a great discussion down there.
My best advice is to not do it.
I want to say clearly and emphatically that the government of Mexico and the Mexican people do not have to accept provisions that one government unilaterally wants to impose on the other. We will not accept it, because there's no reason why we shoul[...]
This visit takes place at a complex time for relations between our two countries. At a time when both of our countries and our governments have notable differences, the best path to solving them is dialogue. I want to say clearly and emphatically th[...]
The Mexican government will not hesitate in going to international organisations, starting with the United Nations, to defend human rights, liberties and due process for Mexicans abroad according to international law.
You will be returned very quickly.
We expect most of (consumer income) to go to staples and savings until confidence returns. We think these companies are well positioned to grow going into a period where we expect a sluggish economy.
On a yearly basis, we're going to deal with 75 million travelers, coming across the border. Drug smugglers feel there are opportunities to mix in with the general population, who are vastly compliant with what the laws are.
We have to build the wall. We have to stop drugs from pouring in.
We're looking at everyone. We're looking at illegal narcotics, heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, fentanyl, all entering the borders.
For us hard narcotics are trending, particular heroin and methamphetamine – the packages are getting a little bit smaller for us.
We don't have to, and it is not in the interest of Mexico.
I think there's an unbelievable and robust dialogue between the two nations.
We know that damage has been done to the bilateral relationship in the last few months.
This (study) shows that even if there is a limit to longevity, we are nowhere near it … We should be planning for more life.
(The U.S.) are almost the opposite of South Korea. (Society in the U.S. is) very unequal to an extent the whole national performance is affected – it is the only country without universal health insurance. Places that perform well do so by investing[...]
The fact that we will continue to live longer means we need to think about strengthening the health and social care systems to support an ageing population with multiple health needs.
The fact that we will continue to live longer means we need to think about strengthening the health and social care systems to support an ageing population with multiple health needs. We repeatedly hear that improvements in human longevity are about[...]
For this to be politically acceptable in Mexico, it would have to be paid. No Mexican administration could accept this kind of thing unless it were accompanied by billions of dollars.
Just look at the case of the Haitians in Tijuana, what were they, seven or eight thousand? And the situation was just out of control. Now imagine a situation 10 or 15 times that size. There aren't enough resources to maintain them.
They come through one by one, and when the Mexican immigration agent sees a person who isn't Mexican, he tells the ICE agent, 'I can't accept this person, he's not Mexican,' and they return him to the United States.
Obviously, they are a cause for concern for the foreign relations department, for the Mexican government, and for all Mexicans.
They come through one by one, and when the Mexican immigration agent sees a person who isn't Mexican, he tells the ICE agent, I can't accept this person, he's not Mexican,' and they return him to the United States.
These memos confirm that the Trump administration is willing to trample on due process, human decency, the well-being of our communities, and even protections for vulnerable children, in pursuit of a hyper-aggressive mass deportation policy.
We very much recognize that NAFTA is a three-nation agreement and were there to be any negotiations, those would be three-way negotiations. We all have to collectively be careful not to get ahead of ourselves.
Nothing in the new NAFTA should be a step backward. We will definitely not include any type of trade management measures, like quotas, or open the Pandora's box of tariffs. That will be disastrous in any process moving forward.
NAFTA is a three-party agreement and any conversation we have regarding that ... will be a three-party conversation; it has to be.
It's there, not in the context of a cross-border shooting, that the Fourth Amendment question in Hernandez seems to matter most.
You don't like his style. That's what I think. Trump has a style – he makes statements – but at the end of the day, my assumption is that for the good of all North America, including Mexico, he is going to be pragmatic.
It's bad, what is happening in Mexico. But they didn't show solidarity toward us when we were refugees.
I think a lot of the lack of winter has been priced in. We are expecting increased demand from the export sector and also increased industrial demand this year, and the export LNG and Mexican pipeline are basically the two drivers . Industrial deman[...]
The appetite to build is always what ends up motivating them. It's badly thought out. It's a chain of stupidities, complicities and errors from the legislative power to the executive.
The solution is not more prisons, the solution is a more efficient justice system.
How many billions of pesos invested in this project ... with so much need, so much poverty that there is. It's our money. Everyone's taxes are there.
The prisons system is the public policy area most abandoned by the Mexican state.
As you know, our administration inherited many problems across government and across the economy. To be honest, I inherited a mess. It's a mess. At home and abroad, a mess. We have had great conversations with the UK, and meetings. Israel, Mexico, J[...]
Obviously, any time there are job losses, there are concerns about that and how we might offset those. We expect to have conversations about those things when the time comes.
And we're going to have to find a solution now, as opposed to waiting for September.
If they strike there and the majority of Equinoxes come out of CAMI, that gives Unifor some power.
Performing "The Wall. But before this can happen, there will first need to be an awakening against these far-right policies. The sewers are engorged by greedy and powerful men as I speak to you.
What you realise is that it's literally hundreds and hundreds of people who've worked with us as sound engineers or road crew, technicians, inventors or graphics or whatever. And to go 'we got through a lot of work by getting help from these people'[...]
This is all new. Last year for LNG, we didn't export liquefied natural gas, and Mexico pipeline natural gas, you go back five years and it was very small.
I'm looking for it in the short-term to get back down to $2.60 depending on how things look. I'm tempted to get long down there. I do think when the summer heat comes, it will be intense enough to get us back on the upside above $3, $3.50.
The positive spin today is the growing exports, and there's a higher level of natural gas usage intensity. They [utilities] really shifted away from coal in a big way ... that's showing up in the base load demand for natural gas, and thermal coal sh[...]
As you know, our administration inherited many problems across government and across the economy. To be honest, I inherited a mess. It's a mess. At home and abroad, a mess. Jobs are pouring out of the country; you see what's going on with all of the[...]
(The falling peso) certainly has been a benefit. It may well be that we've had some of the best of it already, but I don't think it has yet been fully discounted.
We're extremely bullish on the Mexican silver miners, specifically as it pertains to their operational efficiencies with the drop in the peso, but also because silver tends to outperform gold in a rising market.
When you see Mr. Trump lambasting the exporting countries of Asia, calling China – he hasn't declared it officially a currency manipulator 104281479 and so forth, what is the reaction of the leadership in Beijing. Everybody in Asia and around the wo[...]
We expect a negative reaction from Primero's shares to the company's announcement.
The fall in the peso has improved costs not just for the silver producers, but for all miners in Mexico. That's against a background where we see silver itself as attractive.
The Jalisco government is 100 percent focused on technology. It's an ideal region for intellectual property, and not cheap manufacturing.
Could there be an event where he puts an import duty on German cars? Is there a chance he uses Germany like he's been using Mexico and China – as the poster children of what's wrong with the U.S.?
We want tech companies to know there is a huge opportunity in Jalisco for them to grow.
We want to make Guadalajara a tech hub for the world – from multinational companies to mid-tiers and start-ups.
I can't see how it's possible at all. It would be very complicated to do and I don't think Mexico would ... ever go along with it.
It is very hard to tease apart the elements of the deal that I suppose Trump might think are a disaster with Mexico while leaving it intact with Canada.
That could be a win, win, win for all three countries. Industry after industry in North American manufacturers, whether you're talking about Mexican, Canadian or U.S., have lost global market share.
"A growing number of investors are worried that potential trade wars with Mexico and China could lead to tariffs and higher prices,". "With many investors having loaded up on Trump trades after the elections, their willingness to continue to give th[...]
I hear it all, and the Mexican fans are screaming the worst expletives they can at me. They are throwing beers at me, they are throwing popcorn at me. Fans in Mexican lucha libre are some of the best on earth. Two thousand people in Mexico can make [...]
Canada is our largest export destination, and Mexico is our second largest. And I think the prime minister does not want that to be destroyed. There are a lot of things we could do to make ourselves more competitive, but let's not tear down the stru[...]
This is the new Mexico, the Mexico we want everybody to understand and project. I don't think we need any wall to protect the US from this.
We are proud to be here and introduce our artists to the Mexican public.
A growing number of investors are worried that potential trade wars with Mexico and China could lead to tariffs and higher prices. With many investors having loaded up on Trump trades after the elections, their willingness to continue to give the be[...]
I can't say I support Trump but I definitely respect Trump. He is just himself, and if you like it, you like it, and if you don't, you don't.
I think the wall and the demagoguery of patriotism are no match for the dignity and humanity of the American people. If the Mexican government does not put before the United Nations in the coming days a complaint about the violation of human rights,[...]
His policies are a global threat that go against pluralism and diversity and they represent a particular threat to Mexico.
We as Mexicans have to demand that Pena Nieto defends us and acts with dignity. Unfortunately, so far he's done a bad job.
We're also marching today to demand that our own rulers put an end to corruption and so much loss of life here and actually look out for the good of the country, not just themselves.
When I do, just like with the F-35 FighterJet or the Air Force One Program, price will come WAY DOWN! Our legal system is broken! '77per cent of refugees allowed into U.S. since travel reprieve hail from seven suspect countries.' (WT) SO DANGEROUS!
As soon as you start wailing on Honda, Toyota or Nissan, you'll have a governor standing up, saying, Hey, these are great companies.
It's the first ever study done on the Tularosa Downwinders. We wanted people to tell their stories in the fashion because it's never been done before.
I think he's tough, but I think he knows that China is not a pinata. He can beat up Mexico. It looks to me as though they're doing a pretty good job of advancing, but doing it in a fairly diplomatic way, as the letter to President Xi [Jinping] showe[...]
My view is he'll take those [calls] into account, but in the end, he's a practical business guy.
I hope that people take away from this ten days that it's great to live in peace with a variety of people in the world, with different cultures, with different colours, with different religions. The world is much more colourful than people think.
The central bank is reacting the way it should. The positive thing (for the peso) for Banxico to do would be to more aggressive than the market expects. The negative risk would be to do less.
It is detailed and lengthy. I have not had a chance to systematically review the entire document.
Ms. Garcia's immigration case underwent review at multiple levels of the immigration court system, including the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the judges held she did not have a legal basis to remain in the U.S.
What have we come to as a society when we allow our government to rip a mother away from her two children?
They had a constructive conversation on a range of U.S.-Mexico collaboration including law enforcement, migration and security. They agreed the secretary would visit Mexico City.
When it comes to new and fresh ideas they not always come from Europe these days, I would say. And we see that in other parts of the world, as in Asia, we see in Africa a lot of things happening, we see strong content coming from Latin America inclu[...]
"They had a constructive conversation on a range of U.S.-Mexico collaboration including law enforcement, migration, and security,"
We spoke about the need for Mexican migrants to be treated with respect and due process regardless of the deportations. We told the secretary that we will be increasing support for Mexican migrants in our consulates in the U.S.
In a context of enormous misinformation, like the one Mr. Trump has created, we want to establish alliances with congressmen and senators who can have an impact in Washington.
The consumer sector, including food and beverages, is also a good proxy for our wider global investment themes, which include transforming economies and the growth of middle income populations.
One is that to create sustainable and quality growth in the U.S., you need bipartisan supported policies. That I don't see really and that is a challenge. My second worry is protectionism. Picking fights with Mexico,