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U.S. Department of Commerce Business Expansion Talks With Mexico

The US Department of Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker continued business expansion talks with Mexico should benefit several sectors of the U.S. economy including transportation. Her efforts should boost business opportunities for U.S. companies in Mexico, her meetings with Mexican business and political leaders included talks on trade and investments between the two nations, discussions also covered the recent passed telecommunications reform in Mexico which should attract U.S. companies for opportunities in Mexico’s telecommunications and IT sectors.

A US delegation of U.S businesses which also visited Mexico has gained great insight about the Mexican market and the building of relationships.  We expect these meetings to have a positive effect on several U.S. sectors including transportation, telecommunications, distribution and manufacturing.


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