Stronger U.S.-Mexican Relations

NPR's Tom Gjelten reports on how the election of Vicente Fox as Mexico's next president could effect U.S.-Mexican relations. Fox is a strong supporter of U.S. and business views, and analysts say a tremendous sense of optimism from Mexico's side could improve relations between both countries.

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