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Tucson Aims For More Business in Mexico

Local business leaders formally working with Mexican companies.

U.S. Updates Travel Warnings for Mexico, Including Tourist Spots

An increase in organized crime in certain parts of Mexico can put U.S. travelers at risk.

NAFTA Negotiations Off to a Bumpy Start

The U.S. wants manufacturing jobs moved back from Mexico.

Cross-Border Power Grid in the Works for Arizona, Mexico

The plan would link the power grid in Nogales, Mex., to its counterpart in Southern Arizona.

Remittances to Mexico Continue Growth to Record High

Migrants sent almost $14 billion to Mexico in the first half of the year.

Mexico City Dispatches NAFTA Negotiator to the Border

Trade official says Trump administration can't afford to alienate Mexico as a trade partner.

Episode 325: 1st-Time Crossers Face Tougher Border Policy

The Border Patrol will prosecute first-time crossers; the agency's Missing Migrant Team; a visit to the Kino Border Initiative.

Nonprofit Program Aims to Bring Medical Care to Hispanics

Campesinos Sin Fronteras recently received donation from Mexican Consulate for community health screenings.

U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry Meeting With Mexican President

The visit is to discuss key aspects of the energy relationship between the countries.

Hispanic Chamber Looks for Wider Audience Via Mexican Radio

A new agreement allows business to get their message deep into Mexico

Mexico Urged To Think Big In NAFTA Talks

Officials there are urging a push for a deal that would benefit all three nations and increase competitiveness.

Temporary Farmworkers Increase, But Not Agents Protecting Labor Rights

Arizona farmers are increasingly using migrant workers, but Labor Department enforcement is not keeping pace.

U.S. Trade Office Taking Comment on NAFTA Renegotiation

A trade representative rom Arizona will be among the speakers.

NAFTA On Agenda For Sen. Flake’s Meeting With Mexican Senators

Arizona is crucial for agricultural goods traveling in both directions, one expert says.

Cartels, Corruption and Gasoline Theft Make for Deadly May in Mexico

Almost 2,200 were murdered, making it the deadliest month in decades, data show.

Episode 321: U.S. Companies In Sonora Give Shape to Economic Ties

Exploring the connection throughout the Arizona-Sonora 'mega-region.'

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