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Small businesses in California look to Mexico for trade opportunities




Fans purchase World Baseball Classic Merchandise before the game between Mexico and South Africa during the 2009 World Baseball Classic Pool B match on March 9, 2009 at the Estadio Foro Sol in Mexico City, Mexico.
Fans purchase World Baseball Classic Merchandise before the game between Mexico and South Africa during the 2009 World Baseball Classic Pool B match on March 9, 2009 at the Estadio Foro Sol in Mexico City, Mexico.
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What country buys more Californian products than any other? Would you believe it's Mexico?

California sold more than $26 billion in goods to Mexico, but a huge chunk of those dollars come from large businesses. This week, smaller businesses were in Mexico trying to do deals.

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Jennifer Collins is a reporter based in Mexico City and caught up with the trade mission there. She joins the show to explain how Brand California was doing in Mexico