The United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce and the Mexican Association of Secretaries of Economic Development signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate in the development of binational trade and investment between the U.S. and Mexico 

October 20, 2021- Washington, D.C. – During the celebration of the Annual Board of Directors Meeting, the President and CEO of the Chamber, Albert Zapanta, and the President of the Mexican Association of Secretaries of Economic Development (Asociación Mexicana de Secretarios de Desarrollo Económico-AMSDE), and Secretary of Economic Development of the State of Coahuila, Ing. Jaime Guerra signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote the development of binational economic activity and recognize that trade and investment relations between Mexico and the United States are vital to promoting the economic development of both countries

This collaboration includes -but is not limited to exchanging periodic information on supply and demand of goods and services and investment opportunities, organizing joint trade missions, maintaining constant communication on the priorities and issues relevant to the work of both organizations, and promoting the good image of Mexico-U.S. relations. 

“Our association celebrates the opportunity to develop joint endeavors with one of the organizations with the most experience, recognition, and efficacy in the promotion of the bilateral relationship between the U.S. and Mexico,” said Secretary Guerra in his remarks during the signing of the MOU. Secretary Guerra also participated in a panel on Border Issues and Security during the Chamber’s conference and attended the Good Neighbor Awards Dinner Gala, conducted on the same day.

Albert Zapanta welcomed the presence of Secretary Guerra and this instrument of collaboration where our members will have “on the ground support” and facilitate the communication with state and municipal authorities. 



Gabriela Kenny