Without NAFTA, trade between Mexico and the U.S. would be ruled by World Trade Organization strictures limiting tariffs either country can impose on the other.
The latest developments include tools that can specifically mimic the natural process of mutation, leading to improved plant characteristics, such as resistance to pests and pathogens, or superior nutritional value. Europe cannot afford to miss out on this opportunity to develop new varieties more quickly, more efficiently, and address the[…]Read More »
According to the WalletHub report, Mexico is the third-largest trading partner of the U.S., with exports and imports combined totaling $583.6 billion in 2015, as well as sustaining about 1.1 million jobs in the previous year. Trade barriers would threaten those economic benefits. Read moreRead More »