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Trade ministers from 11 Pacific Rim countries today signed the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement (TPP) - a sweeping free trade agreement to streamline trade and slash tariffs...

US President Donald Trump’s enthusiasm for building a wall at the Mexican border to prevent the arrival of illegal immigrants in the US continues to produce uncertainty across the American continent...

Australia is one of the first countries to launch negotiations for a free trade agreement with the Pacific Alliance – the Latin American trading bloc made up of Mexico, Chile, Peru and Colombia...

Australian businesses with ties to Mexico need to be aware that the country is highly exposed to economic and policy developments in the United States...

In an editorial earlier this week the Washington Post questioned the wisdom of US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the US from the TPP trade deal. This is the Editorial Board’s report...

Growing Mexican household expenditure and the rise of premium supermarkets spell opportunity for Australian food and wine producers...

Donald Trump’s US presidential election victory clearly brings downside risks to the Mexican economy which was already showing signs of weakness...

Wine Australia in association with the Australian Embassy in Mexico, Australian Trade Commission and Wine Spoor, last month hosted the single biggest tasting of Australian wine in Mexico.

Prime Minister Julia Gillard alongside Trade and Competitiveness Minister Craig Emerson have welcomed Mexico as the newest member of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

Australian businesses will be given the chance to learn about mining and education opportunities in Latin America in a two-day conference held in Sydney.

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