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The administration’s plan to begin an investigation of automotive imports on national security grounds is deeply disturbing. If this latest section 232 investigation is the prelude to imposing tariffs on auto imports, it will only hurt U.S. consumers and workers.
BTA Vice Chairman Sergio Contreras, president and CEO of Rio Grande Valley Partnership, makes case for land border ports’ importance to region, nation’s economy; joined by fellow board member Pete Saenz, mayor of Laredo, Texas, chair-elect of Texas Border Coalition
“We would urge parties to continue to work to ensure that the final agreement is a trilateral one.”
BTA and BTA México bring together trade authorities, elected officials from both countries for important dialogue on trade and trade security, honor U.S. Rep. Cuellar for his leadership on border issues
Securing a deal with all three countries is critical if the economic vitality of NAFTA’s first quarter-century is going to be even more pronounced in the agreement’s next iteration.
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