Chamber Joins Tijuana Task Force

This month, Chamber President and CEO Jerry Sanders visited Tijuana to meet with the San Diego-Tijuana task force that was created last year to promote the region as the main destination for investment and join forces to advance policies and initiatives to boost economic development and benefit our border community.

The Chamber, along with the CCE – Tijuana’s business council that includes the presidents of 16 Tijuana business organizations – are developing a binational policy agenda.  The proposal includes the Chamber’s International Business Affairs priorities in:

  • trade,  
  • border infrastructure,  
  • immigration and title 42, 
  • Tijuana River cross-border pollution, 
  • and CARB regulations on the transition to electric vehicles.  

The Chamber also working on a report that will outline comparable data between San Diego and Tijuana, such as emerging industries, key industries, demographic info, and tourism statistics.