By: THOMAS BLACK-
WASHINGTON(Bloomberg) – It wasn’t supposed to be like this, but the folks who help U.S. companies set up production in Mexico say they’re having a solid year.
President Donald Trump’s vow to scrap or revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement was expected to put a scare into companies considering these kinds of moves. But many are sticking to plans to set up shop in Mexico even if the pact isn’t renewed, according to the experts who help firms relocate and find new plants.
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