Mexico's Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo attends a meeting with the Mexican Iron and Steel Industry Chamber in Mexico City, April 16, 2018. (REUTERS/Gustavo Graf)
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Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said Tuesday that flexibility will be needed to hash out an agreement on a new NAFTA deal, as he prepared to meet with his U.S. and Canadian counterparts later in the day.Guajardo also underscored that Mexico would not accept any U.S. tariffs on aluminum or steel, saying that a revised North American Free Trade Agreement should serve to settle the issue with its northern neighbor.Guajardo also said there was no need for a separate deal with the United States on steel and aluminum by May 1 when the current exemption on U.S. tariffs expires.
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