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United States-Mexico Border Regional Development Act of 1988

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs.

United States-Mexico Border Regional Development Act of 1988

report (to accompany H.R. 4606 which on May 17, 1988, was referred jointly to the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs, the Committee on Energy and Commerce, the Committee on Education and Labor, and the Committee on Public Works and Transportation) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office)

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in [Washington, D.C.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Administrative agencies -- United States,
  • Economic development projects -- United States,
  • Economic development projects -- Mexico

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesUnited States Mexico Border Regional Development Act of 1988
    SeriesRept. / 100th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives -- 100-1101
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14287761M

    The dispute surrounding assigning the border at the Río Grande or at Nueces River, coupled with the U.S. annexation of Texas in , set the Mexican-American War into motion. This slice of land between the Río Grande and the Nueces River is called the Trans-Nueces, which you can see in the middle of the two yellow lines in the center of the map on the left. US-Mexican Border Issues. The border region between Mexico and the United States represents a unique space; it is the only global dividing line between a First and Third World country.

    Brownsville (/ ˈ b r aʊ n z ˌ v ɪ l /) is a city in Cameron County in the U.S. state of is located on the western Gulf Coast in South Texas, adjacent to the border with Matamoros, city covers square miles ( km 2) and has a population of , as of It is the st-largest city in the United States and 16th-largest in : Cameron. Regional trade increased sharply [PDF] over the treaty’s first two decades, from roughly $ billion in to more than $ trillion in Cross-border investment also surged, with U.S.

    Source: INS Fact Book, Summary of Recent Immigration Data, June The report of the Mexican Human Rights Commission - a reliable source of information in this area - also contains a series of allegations relating to the deaths, violation of the physical integrity, unlawful deprivation of liberty and sexual abuse of Mexican migrant workers who cross the United States southern . Act of , as amended, provides the following definition: (e)(4) United states-mexico border region. - The term 'United States-Mexico border region' means the area of the United States within miles of the border between the United States and Mexico, except that the term does not include any standard.


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United States-Mexico Border Regional Development Act of 1988 by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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On June 17th, The Mexico Institute hosted a two-panel seminar entitled "Cross-Border Dialogues between the United States and Mexico." This seminar was of particular importance given the growing impact that hometown associations, unions, environmental organizations, and other civil society organizations that operate "across borders" have on.

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History, History-Social Science Standard Created Date: 1/17/ PM. The United States and Mexico share a dynamic history of social and economic ties. These bilateral relationships affect the environment, economies, and health of people on both sides of the border.

As a world leader in preventing and monitoring diseases, CDC collaborates with health officials in the United States and Mexico at local, state, and. Since the s, the region has been the focus of development efforts with Mexico's creation of the Border Industrialization Program, which launched the maquiladora or assembly industry The.

WORKING DRAFT INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL PLAN FOR THE MEXICO - U.S. BORDER AREA (First Stage, ) SECTION I EXECUTIVE SUMMARY A. PREPARATION OF THE BORDER ENVIRONMENTAL PLAN On NovemPresident Salinas de Gortari of Mexico and President George Bush of the United States met in .“The North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation and the United States--Mexico Border Region: The Case of Air and Water,” Transboundary Resources Report, Vol.

9, No. 2 (Summer ): “A New Regime for Managing U.S.-Mexican Water Resources,” Environmental Management, Vol No. 6 (November-December ): The Annex II of the La Paz Agreement establishes cooperative measures for preparing and responding to oil and hazardous substance incidents along the Mexico-United States (U.S.) inland border.

The agreement also requires a Joint Contingency Plan (JCP) which was developed in and signed in