Business & Economics
As USMCA ratification is completed, and NAFTA is replaced, UArizona researchers provide insight into what this means for US-Mexico relations.
International partnerships help position the Arizona-Sonora region as a tech hub.
While President Trump remains steadfast in his plan to build a wall along the border, his Mexican counterpart is rolling out economic initiatives to help reduce the need for emigration in the first place.
When Covid-19 hit, the Trump administration pressured Mexico to keep factories that supply the United States operating during the coronavirus pandemic, even as outbreaks swept the companies, highlighting the nations' unique relationship.
A recent study from UA researchers found that tomatoes from Mexico contributed $4.8 billion in sales to the U.S. economy in 2016. Discover how U.S. food imports from Mexico support economic activity in the U.S. — and how COVID-19 is taking a toll.