Category: International

More changes within President Lopez Obrador’s cabinet: Jorge Nuño has been appointed as Secretary of Communications, Infrastructure, and Transportation. He replaces Jorge Arganis who stepped down due to health complications. Secretary Nuño joined the Chamber Delegation to Mexico City to sign the revenue sharing agreement with SANDAG along with other Mexican officials, a huge milestone […]

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We look forward to seeing you at this year’s International Tribute Awards on December 7!  Join us in honoring outstanding individuals and businesses who have made a substantial contribution to the binational initiatives bridging the US and Mexican economies. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with leaders from both sides of the border.  This year’s […]

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Nearly 100 business, community, and government leaders from San Diego and Baja California met in Mexico City this week to champion U.S.-Mexico relations and advance issues critical to the success of the binational business community. After a two-year pause due to the pandemic, the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce’s 15th annual Binational Delegation to […]

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The U.S. and Mexican sections of the International Boundary and Water Commission held a ceremony last month to announce a shared commitment to invest $474M in sanitation projects on both sides of the border to address transboundary wastewater flows in the Tijuana River. Following the ceremony, Baja Governor Marina del Pilar and water authorities hosted […]

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This month, San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria and Tijuana Mayor Montserrat Caballero signed a new memorandum of understanding in an effort to increase collaboration between the two cities. The MOU, signed in a ceremony in Tijuana that had been delayed several times due to the pandemic, will allow San Diego and Tijuana to continue working […]

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The Chamber hosted a conversation with  Dilawar Syed as part of their International Business Affairs Forum series. Syed is a special representative for the State Department’s Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs. During the forum, he shared an overview of resources and initiatives that help SMEs engage in international trade and the agency’s role in […]

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President Lopez Obrador was in the border region this week and held a press conference in Tijuana highlighting his commitment to addressing insecurity in the border region and federal funding for migrants. He stated that federal personnel and resources will be sent to the migrant camp at the San Ysidro land port of entry.  Read […]

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San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce celebrated the region’s outstanding commitment to binational collaboration and honored those from San Diego and Baja who are leading the way at the International Tribute Awards. This year’s International Tribute awardees are: International Business of the Year – Taylor Guitars the leading global producer of acoustic guitars with international […]

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Baja’s new state administration took office this month for a six-year tenure. Marina del Pilar Avila became the first female and youngest governor in the state’s history. She introduced members of her cabinet including Jorge Alberto Gutierrez, incoming Director of the State’s Sustainable Mobility Institute; Jose A. Medina as Secretary of Health; Netzahualcóyotl Jáuregui as […]

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The World Design Organization (WDO) announced that San Diego and Tijuana have been selected as the 2024 World Design Capital (WDC). Our region will become the first binational capital, selected as a result of our commitment to human-centered design and legacy of cross-border collaboration to transform our natural and built environments. WDC is a biennial […]

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