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When it comes to trade, think chips and guacamole (access required)

While I’m enjoying the drink (responsibly, of course), nothing is better than chips and guacamole. The ingredients are likely from both sides of the border. The avocados probably come from Mexico, the onions from the US, and the tomatoes are a jump ball.

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