Posted Date: 19/12/2018
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Mexico finds a solution to Trump strategy If you dont help me I will go to China.

Mexico finds a solution to Trump's strategy: If you don't help me, I will go to China.

Original title: US media: Mexico hit "Chinese card" to contain Trump

Mexico's strategy to deal with Trump: If you don't help me, I will go to China." The US "New York Times" issued a document on the 18th, saying that the newly appointed Mexican government adopted a new strategy to deal with Rump: "Do not provoke him to anger, not to surrender to him, try to let him join an ambitious investment plan to curb immigration by creating jobs in Central America. If he is not convinced, remind him that there are still Another player is willing to fill the vacuum and become a powerful force in the US backyard: China."

Mexican President Lopez Obrador just took the oath of office on December 1. According to reports, in the face of thousands of immigrants stranded on the US-Mexico border, the new Mexican government announced an ambitious new version of the Marshall Plan last week: investing $30 billion to develop the economy of Central America and southern Mexico, by providing visas, Medical and employment, let these immigrants stay in Mexico. The New York Times said that Trump has been asking for a wall at the US-Mexico border to stop immigrants from entering the United States, but Mexico wants to shift the focus of this discussion.

The New York Times said that in recent years, China’s investment in infrastructure projects in Central America has strengthened relations with governments and even persuaded a few countries to “break off” with Taiwan, which has made the new Mexican government see an opportunity to contain Trump. The article said, "Mexico officials know that it is difficult to convince Trump to invest in the region, but the newly elected president believes that China's growing participation in the region is enough to alert the US.

Mexico hit Chinese card to contain Trump.


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