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Trump’s Threatened Tariffs on Mexican Imports Might Not Happen. They Have Costs Anyway.
The overall problem here is one of U.S. credibility going forward,” says Clark Packard, trade policy counsel at the R Street Institute, a free market think tank. “Why would other countries want to negotiate with us after the president pulls this stunt right as his administration is pressing Congress and Canada and Mexico to move forward with [the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement]? Totally self-defeating.