Where the 'Sweet Spots' Are in Mexico, Part 1

Trade between Canada and Mexico has more than quintupled in the 20 years since NAFTA became law. That surge created extraordinary opportunities for Canadian companies that occupied the “sweet spots" in Mexico, industries where what was possible in global trade overlapped with what had become legal.

Trade between Canada and Mexico has more than quintupled in the 20 years since NAFTA became law. That surge created extraordinary opportunities for Canadian companies that occupied the “sweet spots" in Mexico, industries where what was possible in global trade overlapped with what had become legal.

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