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When North is a Question Mark, the Mexican Auto Industry Looks East

Mexican businesses are looking beyond NAFTA to do business, and in Mexico’s car industry, one big new player is moving in: China.

Mexican Holiday, Rising Peso Have Tucson Malls Busy

'Semana Santa' gives Mexicans a chance to vacation and shop in Southern Arizona.

Attorney General: 'We Will Detain All Adults Apprehended at Border'

Sessions visits Nogales, says, 'We will execute a strategy that once again secures our border.'

TEP Sister Company Plans Arizona-Mexico Transmission Line

Unisource will build a power line connecting two grids at Nogales.

As Trump Moderates Rhetoric With Mexico, Peso Wins

The currency has gone from 21 pesos to the dollar to 18 after president's moderation.

Tucson Mexican Consulate Info Hub for Whole Nation

The help center for Mexican citizens is getting 1,500 calls a day.

Mexican Newspaper Shuttered after Reporter Killed

Closure prompted by shooting of Miroslava Breach after she reported on drug trafficking.

Episode 309: Business in Sonora - Guaymas 'Port of Ports'

Exports, such as copper, and imports, such as oil, heighten port's importance in 'megaregion.'

Sonora Journalist: Arizona is Like a Second Home for Sonorans, and Vice Versa

Claudia Orduño speaks about the unique strengths of and challenges facing the media in Arizona and Sonora.

Remembrance for Those Who Died in the Desert

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The American Friends Service Committee marks 100 years working for justice; Celebrating growth at the Mission Garden Project; and the US Poet Laureate Herrera visits a Tucson elementary school.

Arizona and Sonora Depend on One Another, Mexican Business Group Head Says

Uncertainty and other factors affecting trade between the two states.

Episode 308: Special Report - Business in Sonora

Connection with Arizona is multilayered, comprising jobs, trade, culture.

Mexican-Owned Cemex Says It Has Not Bid For Border Wall Construction

An analyst said Cemex is in a difficult position in terms of its relationship with clients at home and abroad.

Politics Lurk In Dual Efforts To Defend Mexican Immigrants

The Mexican government has pledged $50M for legal help for immigrants via its consulates in the U.S.

Festival Aims for Nuanced Representation of Mexican Cinema

Tucson Cine Mexico is in its 14th edition, the longest-running festival of its kind in the US.

Mexican Senator to Border Wall Builders: We Don't Want Your Business

Proposal would prohibit the companies from doing business with the Mexican government.

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