Protectionist measures can negatively impact consumers’ pocketbooks and employment outlook, Mexico’s Economy Minister Bruno Ferrari said on Friday.
“One of the main conclusions of this meeting is that protectionism carries a substantial economic cost for consumers and for the labor market,” Ferrari said after the two-day meeting of economy and trade ministers from the Group of 20 (G20) ended in Mexico’s Pacific coastal city of Puerto Vallarta.
He told reporters at a press conference that the ministers exchanged viewpoints on how to strengthen the G20’s commitment to resisting protectionism and combating moves that restrict trade.
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