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The United States, Canada and Mexico have announced they have reached a deal modernizing the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), now called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).

In a joint statement issued on September 30, 2018 by from United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland, they announced:

Co-Production and Job Creation that Works for Both Sides of the Border
by Kate Reifers for Co-Production International

California has the fifth largest economy in the world. Putting aside the beaches and postcard-worthy vacation photos, California makes things for the U.S. and the world. And it doesn’t do it alone.

US-China Trade War: Medical Device and Medtech Products Hit Hard by New 25% Tariffs in 2nd Round

On Friday, July 6th, the US imposed a 25% tariff on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods. In this expansive list of goods subject to the new tariff, approximately $836 million in medical devices are now affected. What first began as an attempt to balance trade for steel products has now evolved to include a broad spectrum of products and compon, traents manufactured in China.

Chinese made components and assemblies for lighting, LEDs, batteries, electronics, medical devices, medtech, industrial equipment and more, are now impacted in this second round of the so-called “US-China Trade War.”

After Landslide Election Victory, AMLO Talks Trade with Trump and Trudeau

On Sunday Mexico went to the polls and elected the leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) of the Morena party in a landslide victory. Capturing the highest share of the vote over rivals not seen since the 1980 election, President-Elect Lopez Obrador is said to have received a mandate from the people to change the country. What does this mean for manufacturing in Mexico and the future of NAFTA?

After nearly 3 years of talking to potential customers, planning, permitting and business development today, diesel fuel was imported into Mexico via The Tijuana-Tecate Short Line by BJRR.

Over 90 business and community leaders from San Diego and Baja California were part of The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce’s 13th annual three-day Binational Delegation that traveled to Mexico City on April 15th to reinforce the region's support for the U.S.-Mexico relatioship.

The group met with Mexican leaders and government officials to strengthen economic and diplomatic ties and discuss opportunities for collaboration on projects and issues affecting the region.

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