Mexico says deal reached with U.S. on steel, aluminum does not impose quotas

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – The Mexican President’s office said on Friday that a U.S. deal to lift steel and aluminum tariffs will not impose quotas on metals in Mexico. “We came to an agreement that benefits both parties: the tariffs are lifted, without quotas on steel and aluminum,” it said in a statement, adding that it reinstated a tariff-free commercial relationship for those products.

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