[EDITORIAL] On the border of opportunity with Mexico

The Arizona Republic

Arizona is beginning to see its geography in a healthy new way. A focus on the economic advantages of sharing a border with Mexico will be good for job creation and economic growth.

That message was clear from a three-day meeting hosted this week by Arizona State University’s North American Center for Transborder Studies and the U.S. Department of Commerce.

The name of the event said it all: “Realizing the Economic Strength of our 21st Century Border.”

Aerospace, electronics, auto making, renewable energy and tourism are among the key industries that offer shared opportunities for border states in Arizona and Mexico.

The transborder studies center’s associate director, Erik Lee, says Mexico is an “economic powerhouse,” growing at a faster rate than the United States.

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