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High-level U.S.-Mexico economic talks focused on shared efforts, not trade spats

September 9, 2021 at 8:54 PM
Cabinet-level U.S. and Mexican officials meeting in Washington on Thursday steered clear of contentious trade issues between the two countries while focusing on stronger continental integration, including improved trade facilitation and data flows, according to a senior Mexican official. The meeting marked a restart to the U.S.-Mexico “High-Level Economic Dialogue,” a forum established during the Obama administration in 2013 under then-Vice President Joe Biden and suspended during the Trump administration. Led by Vice President Kamala Harris, the talks focused on...


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