Mexican Infrastructure Project Could Benefit U.S.
U.S. farmers and agribusiness could benefit from a new project underway along the Gulf Coast of Mexico. The U.S. Grains Council says the government-funded project will provide a key link between ports, distribution outlets and Central America in the form of improved and modernized four-lane highways, port expansions and the development of a rail spur to connect the ports to the mainline. This means U.S. products could more easily and affordably be transferred to end-users in remote states like Chiapas and Tabasco.
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