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Latin America News: Mexican Sugar Growers Protest, Want Lower Priced Imports

Mexican sugar growers occupied sugar warehouses across the country Monday to demand a reduction in fructose imports, the CNC peasant confederation said. continue reading »

Outsource Jobs Increasingly Heading to Mexico

Offering their United States customers closer proximity to home, Mexico is increasingly being chosen for IT services over companies in India or China. continue reading »

Tariffs on U.S. Goods Lifted as First Mexican Truck Allowed into U.S. Under New Trade Agreement

In 2009, the United States refused to allow anymore Mexican trucks across the border to make deliveries deep into the U.S., but Presidents Obama and Calderon came to an agreement in April that would comply with the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) obligations, and once again allow Mexican trucks into the U.S. continue reading »

U.S. House Approves Colombia, Panama, and S. Korea Trade Agreements

With the Senate expected to approve the trade deals with Colombia, Panama, and South Korea, the House of Representatives has signed off on the deals. continue reading »

One Million Safety Violations Found on Mexican Trucks Entering U.S. over Last 4 Years

Between 2007 through the first six months of 2011, Texas state inspectors have found one million violations on trucks coming in from Mexico and entering the U.S. continue reading »

Creating North American Development Bank Seen as Good Economic Opportunity for Border Economy

Action to bring economic development to the US Mexico border is making its way through Congress by the expansion and enhancement of the NADBank. The North American Development Bank (NADBank) was created out of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1993 to address environmental concerns that the members of Congress had and ensure precautions and measures were taken to have environmentally sound region in the U.S.-Mexico border. continue reading »

Creating North American Development Bank Seen as Good Economic Opportunity for Border Economy

Action to bring economic development to the US Mexico border is making its way through Congress by the expansion and enhancement of the NADBank. The North American Development Bank (NADBank) was created out of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1993 to address environmental concerns that the members of Congress had and ensure precautions and measures were taken to have environmentally sound region in the U.S.-Mexico border. continue reading »