State opens long-sought trade office in Mexico’s capital

mexicofreetradeBy Ronald J. Hansen | The Arizona Republic

MEXICO CITY – Rebooting commercial ties older than Arizona, the state formally re-opened a trade office in Mexico Tuesday in an effort to grow business by the billions of dollars.

Government officials from Arizona and Mexico agreed the state’s outreach is timely and likely will help small and medium-sized businesses on both sides of the border find opportunities to reach new markets.

“While this office represents the future, it is important to remember it also reaffirms the longstanding commitment to trade and economic development efforts here in Mexico,” said Sandra Watson, president and CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority, the agency that opened the office.

“We are just scratching the surface of our potential partnership with Mexico.”


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