How NAFTA built a bustling border city in New Mexico

How NAFTA built a bustling border city in New Mexico

In southern New Mexico, a dream of a bi-national community, not a concrete wall
A crane unloads a shipping container from a Union Pacific train at the Santa Teresa Intermodal Ramp.
Jerry Pacheco in his office in Santa Teresa, New Mexico. He has brought 82 companies to Santa Teresa in the span of more than 25 years.
A border city prototype designed by architect Fernando Romero. It imagines a binational population that is able to mingle in the international plaza along the border.

How NAFTA built a bustling border city in New Mexico

A crane unloads a shipping container from a Union Pacific train at the Santa Teresa Intermodal Ramp.
Jerry Pacheco in his office in Santa Teresa, New Mexico. He has brought 82 companies to Santa Teresa in the span of more than 25 years.
A border city prototype designed by architect Fernando Romero. It imagines a binational population that is able to mingle in the international plaza along the border.
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