By  on June 17, 2013

WASHINGTON — Exporting to Mexico could soon become easier and less costly.

Francisco Sanchez, undersecretary of international trade at the U.S. Commerce Department, who recently joined 20 U.S. textile companies and Mexican government officials for a workshop in Mexico City, now feels new Mexican product verification audit procedures will begin lessening the burden and costs for textile producers exporting their goods to Mexico.

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