Mexico, Aug 29 (EFE) .- Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said today that an "impasse" can not be ruled out in the negotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement Mexican senators from the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), Guajardo said that Mexico is showing "a vision" Creative and purposeful "at the negotiating table and a constructive will, though he added:" I have said one and many times: this is not going to be easy. " P>
" If you ask me if it is Feasible that with all this effort and with a very good first round of negotiations that we started in Washington and that will continue in Mexico City next Friday there will be Possibility that we find an impasse or that this does not advance, that we can not rule out, "he said. P>
Guajardo said that the negotiation" will be like a roller coaster, "with good days, Bad days and worse days, although the Mexican economy has understood that a negotiation "is not resolved in 142 characters" and "is not done through social networks." P>
According to this portfolio, "the alternative plan must be perfectly located", because "if you do not have an alternative, an additional plan, there is no way to Sit down to negotiate. " P>
" Nobody sits down to negotiate without having a possible exit in front of an insurmountable challenge, because that way you would not be negotiating, "he said. P>
Mexico, the United States and Canada held their first round of NAFTA renegotiation in Washington from August 16 to 20 and are scheduled to meet again from 1 to 5 September in Mexico City.