Mexico and Canada begin economic dialogue
MEXICO – The minister of Economy, Tatiana Clouthier, together with the Canadian minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development, Mary Ng, launched the Mexico-Canada High-Level Economic Dialogue (Mex-Can DEAN).
"The Dialogue aims to strengthen our countries' economic and trade relationship through the implementation of strategic initiatives focused on our shared priorities," the Ministry of Economy (SE) highlighted in a statement.
According to the agency, the work will begin by focusing on economic recovery from the pandemic, including the resilience of regional supply chains.
"These efforts will allow us to create jobs, increase competition and achieve a resilient economy," the SE noted.
Also present at the launch was Canada's minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, François-Philippe Champagne.
This dialogue seeks to strengthen the competitive advantage of the nations, support equitable growth and bilateral trade, as well as strengthen the business and investment climate between the North American countries.