Category: Agreements

USDA and Arizona Sign Shared Stewardship Memorandum

ARIZONA – US minister of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey agreed to a collaborative new framework to increase coordination and cooperation for work addressing forest health risks and wildfire across...

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USMCA will give advantages to Chinese suppliers

CIUDAD JUAREZ – With the USMCA’s entry into force and the trade war between the United States and China, Mexico has the opportunity to replace the Asian country as a supplier and attract more foreign direct investment through reshoring, said...

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USMCA will be reflected until 2021: Economists

JUAREZ – The United States, Mexico and Canada Agreement (USMCA), will begin to be reflected in the reactivation of the economy of Ciudad Juarez until the last quarter of the year, said the economist and researcher of UACJ, Isaac Sanchez...

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USMCA will bring jobs and investment to border region

EL PASO — The US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) increases native content in the auto industry, incorporates rules for e-commerce and pharmaceuticals, opens Mexico’s energy sector and updates labor protections in the 1994 North American...

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Texas will benefit by the USMCA

TEXAS – The new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement comes into force, summing up all the changes made to the North American Free Trade Agreement For President Donald Trump, it’s the fulfillment of a campaign pledge to replace NAFTA with modernized...

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Mexico celebrates the start of USMCA agreement

MEXICO - Mexico celebrated the implementation of a new free trade agreement with Canada and the United States that it hopes will lead to more investment in its struggling economy President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said the accord, which...

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USMCA will be a factor in the economic recovery of BC

BAJA CALIFORNIA – The trade agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada (USMCA) will bring to Baja California a faster economic recovery than for the rest of the country, said the minister of Sustainable Economy and Tourism (Sest),...

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San Diego creates new marijuana business regulatory agency

SAN DIEGO – San Diego has joined cities like Los Angeles, Sacramento and San Francisco in creating a cannabis-specific agency to oversee its marijuana industry The city’s upcoming Cannabis Permitting Bureau will have an annual operating...

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Mexico hopes to recover with the USMCA’s entry into force

MEXICO – The USMCA’s entry into force in July will help recover the attraction of foreign direct investment (FDI) lost by Covid-19, generate more jobs and boost Mexico's economic growth to overcome the problems caused by the pandemic, said Luis...

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U.S. and Mexico extend border restrictions on nonessential travel

MEXICO – Mexico and the United States agreed to extend the closure of their land border to nonessential travel until July 21 after reviewing the development of the spread of the coronavirus in both countries The Mexican Ministry of Foreign...

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