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U.S. energy transition to create Mexico auto jobs, climate envoy Kerry says By Reuters

© Reuters. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is Mexico’s President. He speaks with John Kerry the U.S. Climate Adviser. They are likely to discuss the major tree planting program in Palenque, Chiapas, October 18, 2021.

MEXICO CITY, (Reuters) – The U.S. will make Mexico’s industry more competitive by reducing dependence on fossil fuels and creating jobs to build electric cars, John Kerry, the climate advisor to U.S. President Joe Biden said Monday.

Kerry spoke alongside Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the Mexican president, in Mexico’s Chiapas, near Guatemala’s southern border.

Kerry visited Mexico in order to meet his counterparts before the COP26 United Nations conference.

Kerry visited Mexico’s flagship project for reforestation and stated that “when we move from gasoline to electric vehicles, there will be many good-paying positions here in Mexico.”

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