Paola Avila, vice president of international business affairs and leadership development for the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, believes an open dialogue and exchange of ideas will help the Trump administration understand the value of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Paola Avila, vice president of international business affairs and leadership development for the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, believes an open dialogue and exchange of ideas will help the Trump administration understand the value of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Photo by Melissa Jacobs.

— As anyone playing the strategic board game “Risk” can attest, geographical advantages have a way of turning into disadvantages if they’re not leveraged properly...

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