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Secretary Pablos Addresses Association of Mexican Entrepreneurs In San Antonio

February 27, 2017
Contact: Sam Taylor
Secretary Pablos sitting on stage with Mexican entrepreneurs.
Texas Secretary of State Rolando Pablos discusses
opporuntities with the Association of Mexican
Entrepreneurs (AEM) in San Antonio.

SAN ANTONIO, TX – Texas Secretary of State Rolando Pablos today addressed the Association of Mexican Entrepreneurs (AEM) in San Antonio to discuss opportunities for Mexican entrepreneurs in the State of Texas and the future of Texas-Mexico relations. Secretary Pablos’ conversation comes one day before his first international trip to Mexico as Texas Secretary of State. During the discussion, Secretary Pablos highlighted the many benefits of conducting business in Texas and identified areas of collaboration between industry leaders and entrepreneurs in both Texas and Mexico.

“Texas needs a strong Mexico, Mexico needs a strong Texas, and we all need a strong Texas-Mexico relationship,” Secretary Pablos said. “By continuing to engage in constructive dialogue with one another, we are better positioned to create new opportunities and address challenges in the 21st century economy. As Secretary of State, I want to ensure the partnerships we have built with public officials, industry leaders and entrepreneurs in both Texas and Mexico will continue to grow even stronger.”

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