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Arizona Financial Technologies Law Helps Foreign Partnerships

Groups are working to encourage the growth of the "fintech" industry in Arizona.

Mexico Mulls Accepting US Money to Deport Immigrants

Some say the $20 million is symbolic, as Mexico already spends hundreds of millions deporting migrants.

Sewer Pipe Rupture From Mexico Into US Partly Contained

The rupture caused raw sewage to flow from Naco, Mexico into the border town of Naco, Arizona.

More Asylum Seekers Arrive at Nogales Port

An update on CBP's policies surrounding the processing of asylum seekers.

US-Canada NAFTA Negotiations May Hurt Arizona Long Term

One Canadian official says President Trump's insults may cause Canadian snowbirds to head to Northern Mexico instead of Southern Arizona.

Sonoran Governor Supports Plan for Special Border Zone in Mexico

Some Arizona business leaders are tentative about the Mexican president-elect's idea for an economic "free zone."

Listening Beyond the Wall

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "Cleopatra - No Submissive Woman"; bobcats in the backyard; and how Film Tucson is bringing Hollywood back to The Old Pueblo.

Mine Spill Victims Seek to Block Grupo Mexico Tailings Pond

The decision on one of Mexico’s most serious environmental disasters in decades could set precedent for other similar cases.

A New Trade Deal With Mexico and its Impact on Arizona

Law professor David Gantz discusses recent developments in efforts to renegotiate NAFTA.

U.S. and Mexico May Sign Trade Deal Without Canada

Officials were hopeful for a trilateral agreement, but gave Canada until Friday to decide whether it would sign on to a new deal.

US and Mexico Tentatively Set to Replace NAFTA With New Deal

The administration still needs to negotiate with the third party in NAFTA: Canada.

Report: Nearly 1/2 of Underage Migrants in Mexico Last Year Were Unaccompanied

The association behind the report says most were fleeing violence or seeking to reunite with family.

Incoming Government Reconsidering Completion of Mexico City Airport

Potential cancellation of the project has worried business groups and civil organizations.

ADOT Conducts First Industry-Requested Training for Mexican Truckers

The trainings have dramatically reduced how often trucks are taken out of service at the border, ADOT says.

128 Migrants 'Abandoned' Along US-Mexico Border

All facing deportation after being found Friday.

Mexican Politics On the Agenda for Binational Meeting in Phoenix

Leaders from both sides of the border will discuss cross-border economic development.

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