Mexico And Drugs

President Clinton faces a tough decision this week on whether to certify Mexico as an ally against drug trafficking. Only certified countries are eligible to receive US loans. Last week the Mexican government dismissed its top drug enforcement official because he had ties to a drug kingpin. Join guest host Neal Conan for a look at Mexico's drug scandals and how decertification would effect US relations with it's third largest trading partner. That's next on Talk of the Nation from NPR News. Guests: Other Guest Bruce Bagley Professor, Graduate School of International Affairs University of Miami Duane Zobrist Chairman of the Board, United States/Mexico Chamber of Commerce Listeners call in

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