U.S. Suspends Sharing Economic Intelligence with Mexico

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The United States has suspended the sharing of vital economic intelligence with Mexico after the mayor of Mexico City disclosed U.S. documents implicating one of his top aides in a corruption scandal. The decision affects thousands of investigations of money laundering and drug dealing. NPR's Gerry Hadden reports from Mexico City.



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