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Announcing the Global Cities Economic Partnership Between Chicago and Mexico City

Pedestrians walk past the Torre Latinoamericana illuminated by LED lights, part of an artistic intervention, in downtown Mexico City (REUTERS/Tomas Bravo).

The Chicago-Mexico City Global Cities Economic Partnership, jointly announced at the Global Cities Initiative forum in Mexico City by mayors Rahm Emanuel and Miguel Ángel Mancera, will strengthen the relationship between the two cities and expand job growth and economic opportunities for both by further facilitating trade and investment between shared industries and strengthening other assets, such as research, innovation, and human capital.

For more information, view the press release and agreement below.

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