Tariffs On Mexico Goods Could Go Up To 25-Percent

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Tariffs on Mexican imports into the U.S. could rise to as much as 25-percent over the next few months. President Trump announced a five-percent tariffs on all goods coming into the U.S. from Mexico because of the number of illegal immigrants crossing the U.S-Mexico border. Once the tariffs go into effect on June 10th, they will gradually increase until Mexico takes action on illegal immigration. The sanctions will go up to ten-percent on July 1st and will go up five-percent each month after. In October, they'll be at 25-percent, where they'll remain until Mexico moves to stem the flow of illegal immigrants.

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