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Sandoval Inks Mexico Trade Proposal

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photo courtesy Nevada Governor's office.

photo courtesy Nevada Governor’s office.

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(KXNT)–Governor Brian Sandoval wrapped up a trade mission to Mexico by signing whats called a Memorandum of Understanding, outling areas of mutual interest to further enhance Mexico and Nevada’s bilaterial trade partnership.

The MOU was also signed by the Governor of the State of Mexico Eruviel Avila.

The governor’s office released a statement saying the MOU also designates that Nevada and Mexico will embark on designing specific programs or projects of cooperation by establishing a relationship between public and private entities, engaging respective economic development agencies; working to increase investment in the identified industries; exchanging knowledge and experience with each other; developing professional training programs for the identified industries; facilitating visits between the countries for experts in targeted industries; and promoting the opportunities for business development that each country presents.

The trade trip, the first ever to Mexico by a Nevada Governor, and Sandoval’s third such mission outside the U.S., was wrapping up with a reception in Mexico that included the state’s Office of Economic Development Director Steve Hill and U.S. ambassador to Mexico E. Anthony Wayne.

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