The decision comes the same week as President Xi Jinping’s top economic adviser, Liu He, is expected in Washington for discussions over the two nations’ trading and economic relationship.
Businesses with major fixed investments in Mexico, such as large plants, tend to be most concerned, while firms with more “mobile” assets such as tool and die presses are happy to wait and see.
Restrictions are set to ease from mid-March.
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