August 1, 2012
Mexico’s economy ministry on Tuesday accused the United States of engaging in price dumping with its chicken exports, but said it would not be taking any action for now.
In a statement, the ministry said it had concluded that U.S. exporters were guilty of engaging in an “unfair” trade practice with its sales of chicken legs and thighs to Mexico. It did not provide additional details of its findings.
March 22, 2012
The Wall Street Journal, 3/21/12
Mexico has recently been thought of more as a supplier of drugs than of jobs, but as the United States prepares to receive Mexican President Felipe Calderón and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Washington on April 2, it is time to reconsider our southern neighbor.
After all, Mexico and Canada, not China and Great Britain, are the nation’s top export markets, and six million Americans already have jobs that depend on U.S.-Mexico trade.The equation is pretty simple: New exports create new U.S. jobs.
This is why President Obama launched the National Exports Initiative, with the goal of doubling exports by 2015, and this is why it is hard to conceive of a strategy for creating jobs that does not significantly strengthen regional economic cooperation with our two neighboring countries, which together receive a third of all U.S. exports. Mexico alone receives 13% of U.S. exports.