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US presidential candidate Donald Trump leaves after a joint press conference with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto (out of frame) in Mexico City on August 31, 2016.
Donald Trump was expected in Mexico Wednesday to meet its president, in a move aimed at showing that despite the Republican White House hopeful's hardline opposition to illegal immigration he is no close-minded xenophobe. Trump stunned the political establishment when he announced late Tuesday that he was making the surprise trip south of the border to meet with President Enrique Pena Nieto, a sharp Trump critic.
 / AFP / YURI CORTEZ        (Photo credit should read YURI CORTEZ/AFP/Getty Images)
US presidential candidate Donald Trump leaves after a joint press conference with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto (out of frame) in Mexico City on August 31, 2016.
Donald Trump was expected in Mexico Wednesday to meet its president, in a move aimed at showing that despite the Republican White House hopeful's hardline opposition to illegal immigration he is no close-minded xenophobe. Trump stunned the political establishment when he announced late Tuesday that he was making the surprise trip south of the border to meet with President Enrique Pena Nieto, a sharp Trump critic.
 / AFP / YURI CORTEZ        (Photo credit should read YURI CORTEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

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Si Estados Unidos aplica un 20 % de impuesto a las importaciones mexicanas, el gobierno de Trump tendría ganancias suficientes para construir cinco muros, pero pondría en riesgo 6 millones de empleos y los consumidores pagarían precios más altos.

México no será el único perdedor en la guerra comercial con Trump

Si Estados Unidos aplica un 20 % de impuesto a las importaciones mexicanas, el gobierno de Trump tendría ganancias suficientes para construir cinco muros, pero pondría en riesgo 6 millones de empleos y los consumidores pagarían precios más altos.