February 2000-Environmental Protection Along the Mexico-U.S. Border Improves

Environmental Protection Along the Mexico-U.S. Border Improves

Since NAFTA became effective, environmental institutions for the U.S.-Mexico border -the Border Environmental Cooperation Commission (BECC) and the North American Development Bank (NADBank)- have made evident that increased trade flows can go hand in hand with environmental protection.

Mexico Announces New Investments in Energy Sector

In 1999, Mexico’s economy grew 3.7 percent and estimates for 2000 set GDP growth at 4.5 percent.

Business News Digest

GM to Double Size of Mexican Plant

Penn Octane to Double Production of Liquid Petroleum  shipped to Mexico

Mexico’s Vitro buys U.S. Glassmaker

State Profiles



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