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U.S. to send 100 agents to Mexico border to cut delays
CBP plans to send officers from the Canadian border and other parts of the country to El Paso, Texas
Mexico-U.S. border slowdown affects fuel imports
A reshuffling of border agents could ultimately cause a fuel shortage in Mexico's border cities
Mexico government slams U.S. border slowdown as 'very bad idea'
Through his Twitter account, Marcelo Ebrard argued that closing the border would create additional costs in supply chains both in Mexico and the U.S.
3 million jobs threatened by potential U.S.-Mexico border shutdown
The effects of a border shutdown would be devastating for both consumers and producers in Mexico and the United States
The deplorable reason behind Donald Trump's threat
Through the relatively short history as independent nations, Mexico and the United States have had a turbulent relationship