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Category: U.S./Mexico Border

Jun 17
2015

Mexico’s Trade Policy & Trade Agreements Overview | NAPS

NAFTA Trade Agreement NAFTA is one of 12 free trade agreements Mexico is part of. Mexico international trade is...
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Feb 04
2015

Why The US Mexico Relationship Matters & Its Impact | NAPS

The United States and Mexico share a lengthy border and a rich history. They have long been enthusiastic trading partners. In fact, there are only two countries in the...
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Feb 18
2014

Binational U.S. – Mexico Immigration Authority Could Improve Policy

February 18th, 2014 - Are global consumers likely to see many manufacturing labels change from made in China to made in Mexico?

Many economists and foreign investors believe it to...
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Feb 10
2014

Improved Travel Options Benefit Mexico and the United States

February 10th, 2014 -- A new project designed to give air travelers an alternative to flying out of the San Diego Airport when traveling to Mexico is...

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Sep 06
2013

U.S. Mexico Trade Boom: Fuels Effort to Build Better Border Crossings

The border crossings between the United States and Mexico are very important for trade and security. With a stronger and more efficient border, products of Mexico manufacturing will...
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Aug 28
2013

US & Mexican Officials Discuss the Border and Immigration

August 28, 2013 – U.S. and Mexican officials have been meeting in several locations to discuss the impact of possible immigration legislation and its effects on the border and...
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Aug 20
2013

Options to Shorten Wait Time at the Border

Numerous options and ideas to shorten the length of wait times at the busiest U.S./Mexico borders, such as Tijuana and Cd. Juarez, are being discussed as a response to...
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