March 1996-Staying NAFTA’s Course Yields results for U.S. and Mexico

Staying NAFTA’s Course Yields Results for U.S. and Mexico

Latest trade figures confirm agreement’s role in promoting and preserving U.S.-Mexico trade gains.

Cartagena summit Moves Forward on Hemispheric Free Trade

On March 21st, the process of hemispheric trade integration took another step forward at the trade ministerial meeting in Cartagena, Colombia.

Strategic Business Partnerships Continue to Grow Under NAFTA

A survey released in February 1996 by the Bank of Montreal/Harris Bank found that by a four-to-one margin, business executives in the U.S., Mexico and Canada express continuing confidence in NAFTA’s positive impact.

NADBank Holds Public Meeting on Border Infrastructure Projects

On march 7th, the North American Development Bank held the first in a series of public seminars in the city of Reynosa, Tamaulipas in order to facilitate the exchange of information with the general public, investors and the business community on projects currently under review by the NADBank.

Business News Digest

Deere to Build new Engine Factory

La Moderna and DNA Plant Venture

Navistar set to Distribute in Mexico

Avondale and Graniteville Merge

Smith Bowman Mexican Exports Growing

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