Arizona’s effort to boost Mexico trade faces hurdle under Trump administration

Local businesses that depend on the neighboring state worry Arizona's efforts to build commerce will be harmed as the U.S-Mexico relationship deteriorates. In a Tucson Sentinel post on Feb. 8, 2017:

Arnold Maltz, an associate professor at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, said the relationship has improved since Gov. Jan Brewer left office, but “what is now shadowing the relationship is what is going to happen in Washington.”



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