Date: August 6, 2009 Sue Snyder Jackson Walker L.L.P. email@example.com • 512.236.2240. GREATER AUSTIN HISPANIC CHAMBER OR COMMERCE SEMINAR REGARDING ECONOMIC IMPACT/COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT US-MEXICO BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. Texas – Mexico Tremendous Business Partners.
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Jackson Walker L.L.P.
firstname.lastname@example.org • 512.236.2240
GREATER AUSTIN HISPANIC CHAMBER OR COMMERCE SEMINAR REGARDING
ECONOMIC IMPACT/COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
US-MEXICO BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Texas is the #1 Largest Exporting State in the US
(even greater than California – which has more than 30% more people)
$62 B (total US of $151 B)
10% increase over 2007
Staggering as well
when any of the following cross national borders:
Arcie Jordan – Partner with extensive work in the US-Mexico international arena. . .
Trade Matters: Exports accounted for about 25 percent of U.S. economic growth in the 1990s. In the future, participation in the global economy will be even more critical to economic growth. The increased demand expands the economy and creates jobs.