The economy of Tijuana was affected by the Migrant Caravan: Bernabe Esquer

Suspicion arises that there is a political origin of the caravan

Bernabé Esquer Peraza, secretary of Municipal Economic Development, told journalist Said Betanzos that an analysis made clear that the arrival of migrants in the city has negatively affected the tourist and medical sectors.

Different communications media exposed throughout the week how the arrival of the Migrant Caravan has affected the economy of Tijuana and San Ysidro, specifically The San Diego Union Tribune details that many Americans fear crossing to Tijuana and closing the borders.

In the interview, Esquer and Betanzos, even agreed that the origin of the caravan is political and driven by American organizations; "The 600 thousand pesos a day that cost the daily attention is an expense that was shared with the government of the state," he explained.

Via Said Betanzos

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