The states bordering with the Gulf of Mexico are part of a well defined geographical
region. The North American Free Trade Agreement enhances the region's already
enormous potential for economic development as well as for educational, cultural
and social exchanges.
An accord signed by the governors of the eleven states in the Gulf of Mexico
basin, from the Mexican Republic and the United States of America, will promote
a more substantial approach in this region through initiatives that will increase
the flow of investments, agreements and tourism, as well as cultural and technological
interchanges within the region, thus allowing for a greater economic integration.
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The Gulf of Mexico States Accord
Gary L. Springer - Secretary General
735 Arlington Ave. N. Suite 113
St. Petersburg, FL 33701