Trump: Agreement reached with Mexico over Central American migrants, tariffs 'indefinitely suspended'
Trump last week threatened to impose a 5% tariff on Mexican goods on June 10 if Mexico doesn’t do more to stop the growing flow of migrants crossing its northern border into the U.S. The tariffs would rise gradually every month until they reached 25%, where they would stay until Mexico acted, Trump said. His remarks prompted alarm among officials on both sides of the border. Mexican officials hope to avert U.S. tariffs in last-ditch talks
Tourism is crucial to the economic growth of the US and has not been impacted by the current administration, a message that both US Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow and Christopher L. Thompson, President and CEO, Brand USA, drove home at the opening press conference at the US Travel Association’s IPW, held this year in Anaheim, California.
US President Donald Trump has announced tariffs on all goods coming from Mexico, demanding the country curb illegal immigration into the US.
Walt Disney Co Chief Executive Bob Iger told Reuters on Wednesday it would be “very difficult” for the media company to keep filming in Georgia if a new abortion law takes effect because many people will not want to work in the U.S. state.
Ruling immediately halts administration’s efforts to use money secured with declaration of national emergency
Abortion rights activists protested across the country Tuesday against Republican-led efforts to restrict access to the procedure -- a drive they fear will end with a challenge to the 1973 US Supreme Court ruling legalising the practice.