Could a Clash over Corn Upend U.S.-Mexico Trade Ties?
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When thinking about challenges for U.S.-Mexico ties, corn might not be the first thing to come to mind. But a simmering trade dispute over a potential Mexican ban of GMO corn could have enormous consequences for these intertwined economies. In this episode, North American trade expert Diego Marroquín tells AS/COA’s Carin Zissis about the potential impact of such a ban and why the case is a “litmus test for Mexico’s commitment to USMCA.”

The music in this podcast is performed by Tembembe Ensemble Continuo for Americas Society. 
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Other music in the podcast was performed by Botellita de Jerez and Nostalgia Huasteca.

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