TOLUCA, Mexico (AP) — President Barack Obama says he's working with the leaders of Mexico and Canada to increase trade, including by investing in border crossings so goods can get to market faster.
Obama said the three countries want to take make better use of their competitive advantages and create more jobs.
Obama was speaking at a news conference to end a quick one-day summit with Mexico's president and Canada's prime minister held outside Mexico City. He planned to fly home from Mexico just nine hours after landing there.
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