Why the US should treat Mexico as a vital partner, not a punching bag

By Earl Anthony Wayne, The Conversation

Mexico is one of the most important countries in the world for the United States.

It’s the second-largest buyer of US goods, the third-biggest consumer of US agricultural products and America’s third-most-important trading partner, after China and Canada. We trade over a million dollars of stuff every minute.

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Author: Chakiara Tucker

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