The Texas-Mexico Trade Corridor

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Title: The Texas-Mexico Trade Corridor
Author: Lawrence, F. Barry
Abstract: The U.S.-Mexico relationship has been rocky for some time, and there is little doubt that the current recession has made matters worse. The relationship between the two countries has been strained by competition for jobs, infrastructure issues, security concerns, and a general misunderstanding of the value of the relationship. The potential losses are significant for both countries if the current tension continues, but border states, especially Texas, stand to lose the most.
Department: IC2 Institute
Subject: Texas Mexico international trade
Date: 2009-12

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