US and Mexico foster education and research initiative to boost trade and industry

Presidents Enrique Pena Nieto and Barack Obama in Mexico City (photo:dpa)
Presidents Enrique Pena Nieto and Barack Obama in Mexico City (photo:dpa)

Mexico and the US are enhancing their shared political agenda in a move which takes the focus off the contentious issues of drugs, security and immigration and highlights the countries’ partnership in trade and investment . The joint vision is to place greater emphasis on collaboration in education and research with a view to serve industry needs.

MEXICO has, for decades, failed to put together an adequate fiscal or industrial policy to encourage development in technology and allow Mexican enterprises to become globally competitive.

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But a shared initiative with the US aims to upgrade its development of science and technology progra...

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