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Donald Trump confirms trip to Mexico for talks with President Peña Nieto: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has confirmed that he will travel to Mexico on Wednesday to meet with President Enrique Peña Nieto in Mexico City. Moments before taking the stage for a rally in Everett, Washington, just north of Seattle, Trump tweeted that he had “accepted the invitation of President Enrique Peña Nieto, of Mexico, and look very much forward to meeting him tomorrow”. The meeting will happen hours before Trump is scheduled to deliver a major address on immigration in Phoenix, Arizona, in which he will aim to clarify his increasingly murky stance on the issue.

The New York Times

Donald Trump to Visit Mexico After More Than a Year of Mocking It: Donald J. Trump will visit Mexico on Wednesday to speak with President Enrique Pena Nieto, a trip that will take him to a nation he has repeatedly scorned as a candidate. Mr. Trump said on Twitter on Tuesday night that he had accepted an invitation from Mr. Peña Nieto and looked “very much forward” to meeting with him. Mr. Peña Nieto’s office confirmed the invitation on Tuesday and said one had also been sent to Hillary Clinton. The negotiations for the trip were reported in The Washington Post. Mr. Peña Nieto’s outreach to Mr. Trump is likely to strike many Mexicans as odd. Mr.

The Economist

The European Commission prepares to take a bite out of Apple: The European Commission is about to take a bite out of Apple. The EU’s executive is today expected to rule that the technology giant’s tax arrangements with Ireland amounted to preferential treatment (with tax rates in the low single digits), thereby breaching the bloc’s state-aid rules. The commission will suggest a figure or a range that Apple owes Dublin—which is likely to exceed $1 billion—leaving the precise calculation to the Irish government. But the government, fearing other investors would be put off, doesn’t want to collect the money; it will appeal, as will Apple, ensuring the case drags on for years. The ruling will stoke transatlantic tensions.

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