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Arizona-Mexico Commission: 60 years of success and friendship

Sixty years ago, Arizona Gov. Paul Fannin looked south across the border to Mexico and famously said, “God made us neighbors; let us be good neighbors.” It was then that the stage was set for the Arizona-Mexico Commission, an international entity that works to foster economic partnerships and an enduring friendship, which has only grown stronger through the challenges of the intervening decades.

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Arizona-Mexico Commission

Despite the rhetoric emanating from Washington, D.C. on immigration and border issues, Arizona’s leaders are acutely aware of the importance of not only maintaining, but also strengthening, U.S. ties with Mexico. After all, the two countries’ fates are intertwined, something ...

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