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Mexico-USA Border Trade Will Develop More Infrastructure

Admin | 26.07.2013

"The alliances between Mexican and American organizations to promote safety strategies, logistics and public policies to expedite border trade is essential nowadays", Jesse Hereford Chairman of Border Trade Alliance (BTA), pointed-out.

"The alliances between Mexican and American organizations to promote safety strategies, logistics and public policies to expedite border trade is essential nowadays", Jesse Hereford Chairman of Border Trade Alliance (BTA), pointed-out.

He said that in Washington, D.C. as well as in Mexico, the importance of border trade is understood, since more than US$1 million in trade crosses the border between both countries daily and 70% of bi-national trade is shipped by ground, but there is not enough infrastructure or customs agents to guarantee an efficient and quick goods movement.

Mr. Hereford spoke during the presentation of Mexico Logistics Forum, to be held next August 7th at Hyatt Hotel in Mexico City, organized by Border Trade Alliance and MEXICONOW. Sergio Ornelas, Editor of MEXICONOW, pointed-out that holding forums such as Mexico Logistics Forum is fundamental to identify essential conditions that provide for an increase in foreign trade between Mexico and the United States.

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