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Whats more, many proclaim to be fed up with NAFTA. Trumps pledge to rewrite the trade pact doesnt go far enough for them. It should be scrapped entirely. We will be better off,said Eduardo Avila, on a break from his job as a driver. He dug into the pocket of his jeans jacket to show off the lapel pin and ribbon hed just bought, both emblazoned with a suddenly popular slogan: United For Mexico. Buy Mexican Goods. Trump and his tough talk, Avila said, might just be the shot in the arm that Mexico needs to recognize its potential. The U.S. is not the only country in this world -- why are we clinging to them like an umbilical cord? The reality is harsh: The U.S. is by far ครีมหน้าขาว พร้อมส่ง Mexicos biggest trading partner, with some $584 billion in tariff-free goods crossing the border every year. Trump has called NAFTA the worst trade deal in history, but it has been a boon for Mexico, attracting billions in foreign investment, creating a booming auto industry and diversifying revenue sources for the once oil-dependent economy.

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For all of the White House's early bravado,Trump has taken office with few concrete plans for how to make good on his pledge to unravel President Barack Obama's foreign policy and tackle some of the biggest national security challenges facing his administration. อาหารเสริมผิวขาว (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) More WASHINGTON (AP) For all the White House's early bravado, President Donald Trump has taken office with few concrete plans for how to make good on his pledge to unravel President Barack Obama's foreign policy and tackle some of the biggest national security challenges facing his administration. In calls with European leaders, Trump is said to have described his plans for confronting the Islamic State group with the same hard-charging but vague rhetoric he used in the campaign, promising strong, but unspecified action. Pressed privately by allies about how he plans to pursue a better relationship with Russia, Trump sticks with his public assertion that a better relationship with Moscow would be beneficial for the West. But he hasn't said how he plans to get there. He's indicated in some of those same conversations that while he believes the Iranian nuclear accord is a bad deal, he will not move quickly to withdraw, according to U.S. officials and others with knowledge of Trump's discussions with world leaders. Ambiguity was a hallmark of Trump's campaign. He has said he believes the U.S. should not tip its hand on national security matters. But the fact that Trump is using vague language in private discussions has left both allies and officials in his administration uncertain whether he has policies in mind to back up his rhetoric.