Neighbors for Good

The United States and Mexico: Strengthening ties; working together to build a strong economy, and partner for a prosperous future.

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Working together to build a strong economy
Mexican tourist visit America
Mexican Tourism


Mexican tourists visiting the United States, spending an estimated $10.4 billion.

Source: U.S. State Department

dollars each day of trade between the United States and Mexico in 2015.


Source: The Wilson Center 

Produce from Mexico


of every dollar spent on produce from Mexico goes back to the United States.

Source: The Wilson Center


Reduction in the United States GDP by shrinking the labor force 10.3 million Latino workers.

Trading with Mexico



U.S. jobs depend on trade with Mexico

Source: U.S.-Mexico Leadership Initiative

Source: American Action Forum

The combined annual payroll of Hispanic businesses in the U.S.

Source: U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce


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U.S., Mexico economic partnership creates jobs, drives prosperity 

“(U.S. and Mexico are) safer, most prosperous and more competitive when we work together.” — Claudia Ruiz Massieu, Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs

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The percentage of Hispanics and Latinos that make up 146.3 million U.S. labor force.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Billions at stake for Arizona and Sonora in the renegotiation of NAFTA agreement 

Nearly 50 million people cross the border between Arizona and the state of Sonora, Mexico. However, from a business perspective, that represents more $41 billion in goods in two-way trade. Our 300-mile shared border is only the beginning of a relationship that has built prosperity and goodwill for decades. Is it at risk?



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Myth vs. reality

What’s the truth behind the relationship between Mexico and the U.S.?

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More Americans than you know rely on trade with Mexico.

6 million reasons

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Ever wonder where all your fresh food is coming from? Just look south.

400 percent increase

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One of Mexico’s top diplomats is making a difference in U.S. relations.

Claudia Ruiz visits Tucson

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Mexico’s top diplomat says Mexico willing to work with U.S. transition team in common agenda for prosperity

Secretary Claudia Ruiz Massieu addresses Brookings Institution Board of Directors during their annual meeting

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‘Dispelling the uncertainty’ is Job 1 for Mexico’s new foreign affairs secretary 

Luis Videgaray, Mexico’s new secretary of foreign affairs said in a Radio Formula interview last week that Trump's actions have caused unease, adding "that is why this (negotiation) process is so important, to dispel this uncertainty." He said talks should start "as soon as possible," the Associated Press reported.  

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