The US government said it has signed a liberalized air services agreement with Mexico that will go into effect “following internal ratification procedures in Mexico.” US transportation secretary Anthony Foxx and US secretary of state John Kerry said in a joint statement Dec. 18 that the “landmark agreement with one of our largest aviation partners will significantly increase future trade and travel between the United States and Mexico,” adding, “The new ...

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