The US-Mexico trade relationship emerged as an issue in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, and it remains a critical fault line in globalization.
Shot on location in Oaxaca, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico City, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington, DC, this film by Samuel George of the Bertelsmann Foundation dives into the stories behind the statistics to uncover some of the challenges impacting those on both sides of the Rio Grande. What does this agreement mean to countries, communities and families? Does trade result in a zero sum game?
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