Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
54 THE IHIIUliiiiGE HERALD October 6, 1971 Mexico Ry IN M. KKU n.HAN MKXUn C1TV p.'tmitly mm men! nf I lined .Slat t- agfiinsi numlrics of L.'iiin America, Mcxini lui.s decided to inrrtvw in Kwopt1 ;ind Asia, re- ducing uitii !HM- tradi- tional r.S. [KirliKT -i-u'i'i if that menus di-iiiim; the litile-lm ial inlli'Mi worth nf 'uds exported in 1970. 70 per cent. of her ox1 .'i'-; The balance ot Mexico-''. S traue is in qt'oia and primary o.cd- nM jifectod by Ihe .-urch-Ti'iU1. n e. a c! ial treatment, !iir I." adding tav t rad gave explicit instructions to diversify Mexican markets in both Europe and Asia. Mar- gain said. '-We will tight for Funda- mental, jii-' and deniOiTH'ie solution.s. We don't wniu great to docide nur problems. We have to look out for oursi ivcs." TRADK ANYWHERE after and Latin America's ap- parently means trade any- where. A Mexiean trade dele- gation recently travelled to several Communist nations in .Eastern Europe. And an extensive debate concerning trade with Red China still is going on in the press, involving manufactur- ers. merchants and govern- ment spokesmen. Finance Minister M-trpain also told his conference. that European duty reductions for developing countries pro- vide a billion-dollar trade preference in lowered tariffs for Latin America. "This, of course, does not include Japan or Canada, who together with our country are waiting for the I'.S. to con- cede preferences." During the I ESC meeting the Mexican delegate use.d language tiiat left no doubt about i n d i c n n t reaction tu the 1 X sur- charg" naiion-; h.ve had nothin. in do with Cue current crisis." Mario Hair.un Bet eta, a finance su'u-secre- tary, told the delmates. ALL RK.IKCTKD ''Once I he dr-ci. sinus taken, all r e quests presenter! to she I ,S. for re- consideration rejei-iHl. ''For Latin America, this amounts in a to the, spirit, of co-opera: ion thut lias been added. "It also means "he n'iatinn of a nuinhf" .ii" ohli.'viions ex- plicitly a.'i'aiiLC'l we Latin Americans t and want, The angry Mc-xiean reac- tion. i-h the an- noiincemeii: 'he country dors not plan ;n co heavily on the t S. Inr trade in the future ,i !c ir indication ot rapidly cnulinL! I'eiatinns he- Hie !v o outlines, rela- linns uiiicit iliis wore 1 S Mexican nffici.iis "a> the wannest in mn1 o. jth Canada and Chile, irair'ain.-' diplo- alliws flights frmu !o Trade eoun- Iries a v.ai ining In EATON'S U-- A 12-HOUR SHOPPING BONANZA 9 TILL 9 And Look What Else We Have Going For You On "Surprise" Day Look for the colourful clown who will be touring the store. Bring the kiddies he has a balloon for them AnVas youXre in the exciting values offered by "MR. SURPRISE" refresh yourself (without charge) with a Coke at the fountain bar near the west entrance on the main floor. Super special boards will be located on each floor detailing extra-ordinary values, look for the boards. Fun! Excitement! You never know what you'll find at Eaton's Surprise Sale! Eaton's Surprise Sale is a store- wide sale so there's a good chance you'll find something you want! You'll have to shop in person to get these great buys they're so outstanding you have to them to believe them! Hurry to ba- ton's and. let us brighten your day with all the super savings you've been waiting for! expeilr.i mr ,Sm id mills.