Mexico Foreign Minister Marcelo Evrad said Wednesday that future high-level economic negotiations with the United States will focus on border infrastructure to facilitate trade and movement in people, semiconductors and cybersecurity. Said.
In a video shared on Twitter, Evrad said Mexico would take advantage of the so-called high-level economic dialogue with the United States on September 9 to resume after a four-year gap and accelerate investment in Mexico.
The talks will address issues such as border infrastructure, what must be done to bridge the differences between one and the other and promote people’s trade and transport.
A Mexican delegation, including Economic Minister Tatiana Clautier, will discuss investment in Central America with the aim of curbing migration “so that people do not have to migrate because of poverty and anxiety,” Evrad said. Stated.
Electric mobility, cybersecurity, semiconductors and the Mexican automotive industry will also be on the agenda, he said.
Due to a shortage of semiconductor chips, automakers in the region have cut previously expected production and hit Mexico’s large automotive sector.
In the case of the United States, the talks will be led by Vice President Kamala Harris, according to Evlard. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken was also present. TexasNewsToday