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USMCA AND BORDER CARGO CRISIS - PACIFIC COAST COUNCIL OF CUSTOMS BROKERS (PCC) MORNING UPDATES

USMCA and Border Cargo Crisis - Pacific Coast Council of Customs Brokers (PCC) Morning Updates

The top priority for President Trump this week is to get Congress to move forward with USMCA. Four factors:

  1. Mexico is doing its part - enacting labor union reforms.
  2. Senate Finance Committee Chairman says the steel and aluminum tariffs need to be rescinded before USMCA will pass Congress.
  3. Trump and Pelosi are meeting today or tomorrow; Pelosi will demand something in return for moving USMCA through the House. We don’t know what that is.
  4. The US-Mexico border crisis - slower cargo clearance as CBP officers being moved to handle immigration numbers. Mexico President expresses great concern with slowed cargo crossings (which will no doubt lead President Trump to repeat his demand that Mexico do more to slow/stop/disperse the caravans).


MEXICO WORRIED ABOUT COSTLY BORDER DELAYS:

The Mexican government on Friday pointed to all the problems cropping up as a result of the Trump administration's decision to reassign some U.S. customs personnel who inspect commercial goods to help Border Patrol on immigration duties.

Mexico also delivered a diplomatic note to the U.S. embassy in Mexico City to press for a quick resolution. "The urgency of speeding up the movement of goods and people, and deepening mutual cooperation to guarantee the efficiency and safety of our shared border," Mexico said in the note.


SPANISH TRANSLATION: 

USMCA Y BORDER CARGO CRISIS - ACTUALIZACIÓN DEL LUNES POR LA MAÑANA DEL PCC

La principal prioridad para el presidente Trump esta semana es lograr que el Congreso avance con USMCA. Cuatro factores:

  1. México está haciendo su parte: promulgar reformas sindicales.
  2. El presidente del Comité de Finanzas del Senado dice que las tarifas de acero y aluminio deben ser rescindidas antes de que el USMCA sea aprobado por el Congreso.
  3. Trump y Pelosi se reunirán hoy o mañana, Pelosi exigirá algo a cambio de trasladar a USMCA a través de la Cámara. No sabemos qué es eso.
  4. La crisis fronteriza entre México y Estados Unidos: un despeje de carga más lento a medida que los oficiales de CBP fueron trasladados para manejar los números de inmigración. El presidente de México expresa su gran preocupación por la lentitud de los cruces de carga (lo que sin duda llevará al presidente Trump a repetir su demanda de que México haga más para frenar/detener/dispersar las caravanas). 

MÉXICO SE PREOCUPA POR LOS RETRASOS DE LA FRONTERA:

El gobierno mexicano señaló el viernes todos los problemas que surgen como resultado de la decisión de la administración de Trump de reasignar a algunos funcionarios de aduanas de los EE. UU. Que inspeccionan productos comerciales para ayudar a la Patrulla Fronteriza en sus tareas de inmigración.

México también entregó una nota diplomática a la embajada de los Estados Unidos en la Ciudad de México para solicitar una resolución rápida. "La urgencia de acelerar el movimiento de bienes y personas y de profundizar la cooperación mutua para garantizar la eficiencia y la seguridad de nuestra frontera compartida", dijo México en la nota.


Source:

Peter Friedmann
Pacific Coast Council of Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Assoc. – The PCC
1120 G Street, NW, Suite 1020 Washington, D.C. 20005
office: 202-783-3333 cell: 202 329 7040
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