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“U.S.-Mexico Trade During COVID-19”

  • Our next Sister Cities Global Conversation on September 30, 2020 at 3pm EDT will engage in a conversation on U.S.-Mexico trade during COVID-19.
  • We aim to further the conversation held during the Mexico-U.S. Sister Cities Mayors’ Summit while looking at different perspectives of economic recovery of our American and Mexican Sister Cities from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our cities, countries, and economies. Confirmed speakers will represent the business, municipal, and national perspectives of the effects of COVID-19 on U.S.-Mexico trade.

September 30, 2020

3:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

THIS SCI GLOBAL CONVERSATION IS GENEROUSLY SPONSORED BY

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Rep. Peter Svarzbein

District 1 Representative and Mayor Pro Tem, City of El Paso and Vice Chair of the Board, Sister Cities International

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Alan Russell

CEO, Tecma

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Paola Avila

Vice President, San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce

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David Coronado

Director of Department of Bridges, City of El Paso

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Lydia Antonio de la Garza

Director General of International Treaties, Monitoring, Administration and Compliance Oversight,
Mexican Ministry of Economy

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AGENDA

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Leroy Allala, President and CEO, Sister Cities International

  • Rep. Peter Svarzbein, District 1 Representative and Mayor Pro Tem, City of El Paso and Vice Chair of the Board, Sister Cities International
  • Alan Russell; CEO, Tecma
  • Paola Avila; Vice President, San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • David Coronado; Director of Department of Bridges, City of El Paso
  • Lydia Antonio de la Garza; Director General of International Treaties, Monitoring, Administration and Compliance Oversight, Mexican Ministry of Economy
Watch our last SCI Global Conversation: 
 
City Resiliency and Why it Matters: Global Impacts in a Local Context 
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