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Business Leaders from Both Sides of Border Want Competitive North America

OPINION By GUILLERMO VOGEL and PATRICK OTTENSMEYER U.S. and Mexican officials met in Mexico City on Monday, Sept. 12, to hold a second edition of the re-launched U.S.-Mexico High-Level Economic Dialogue (HLED). Created in 2013, the HLED has historically served as a forum through which both governments advance the strategic economic and commercial priorities for their countries. On the agenda

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North American Manufacturing Can Reduce China Dependency

OPINION By GUILLERMO E. JASSON Part of an ongoing series from the Wilson Center* As some of China’s competitive advantages erode, North America (NA) has an opportunity to reposition itself as an attractive alternative to the Asian giant to manufacture for local and international companies. This repositioning could attract foreign investment, create jobs and stimulate economic growth in NA, improving the

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Seeking a Revitalized North American Vision

OPINION By COLIN ROBERTSON Part of an ongoing series from the Wilson Center* Like globalization and the rules-based multilateral order, the North American idea risks falling victim to larger geopolitical forces. But even in the absence of energetic political leadership, we can still make progress, by building on existing initiatives, to the mutual benefit of all three nations, Canada, the

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Mexican Economy Secretary Calls Increased Ties with China ‘Fruitful’

XINHUA Mexico and China have made significant gains from cooperation in trade and other areas since the establishment of bilateral diplomatic relations 50 years ago, Mexican Economy Secretary Tatiana Clouthier said last week. “We are very pleased” with the “significant achievements that have been cultivated over time,” Clouthier said in an interview with the Chinese news agency Xinhua. “China is

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