An economic delegation from the State Department is in the middle of a trip to Mexico with the mission of strengthening the U.S.-Mexico bilateral economic relationship and increasing trade.
Mexico is the U.S.’s second largest export market and third largest source of imports, according to the State Department. Last year bilateral trade between the two countries amounted to nearly $460 billion—this is more than quadruple what it was at NAFTA’s entry into force in 1994.
Host Carmen Russell-Sluchansky spoke with Maria Jose Hernandez, an associate in Eurasia Group’s Latin America practice, focusing on Mexico, to discuss the future of U.S.-Mexico economic relations.
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