Puebla is a commercial and industrial center southeast of the capital. Since the 1960s, Volkswagen has had a plant here. Decisions being made by US President Donald Trump are already impacting business in Mexico.
To tackle America's crumbling bridges, roads and airports, the US president prioritizes infrastructure spending. Critics say Trump's plan is just one-tenth of what is needed to address the problem.
Data shows President Trump's anti-globalist "America first" policy has cost the USA billions in tourism revenue. Fearing a prolonged slump, a leading trade group has launched an initiative to boost international visits.
The most recent US travel warnings for tourists going to Mexico have triggered confusion and criticism. But they are the result of political pressure and not a realistic assessment, as Sandra Weiss reports from Puebla.
The United States, the European Union and India are all slapping tariffs on Chinese solar panels, accusing Beijing of dumping. Does this trade war risk killing the nascent solar power industry?
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