Growth in e-commerce is only one factor in the demand for warehouse and distribution space and rising rates in the industrial market.
Worsening trade relations could have a significant local impact, local officials gathered at the site of the 1992 ceremonial signing of NAFTA said Monday.
Texas bank officials say threatening tariffs on Mexican goods is not the answer to managing an immigration problem that’s now complicating trade talks.
A letter from two leading San Antonio business groups said border crossing delays of seven to 10 hours are having a ripple effect on the economy.
On Sunday night, U.S., Mexican, and Canadian negotiators finally announced the USMCA, a new regional trade agreement.
Wilson County farmer and rancher Russell Boening is one of many producers who will benefit from the $4.7 billion federal aid package for farmers.
The U.S.-Mexico Border Mayors Association held its seventh binational summit this week at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.
Gerardo Schwebel, longtime head of international affairs for IBC Bank, has closely monitored recent rounds of negotiations over updating NAFTA.
Chip Roy and Joseph Kopser are running to represent Texas’ 21st Congressional District, a seat that has been held by Republican Lamar Smith since 1987.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced $12 billion in emergency aid to offset the effects of new tariffs – to the relief of many Texas farmers.