Increasing tensions between the U.S. and  Mexico could threaten the hundreds of millions of dollars the international trade partner brings to Utah each year.

Experts warned that the current frosty relationship between the U.S. and Mexico could have major ramifications for trade at a recent discussion hosted by the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute at the David Eccles School of Business. World Trade Center Utah President and CEO Derek Miller joined institute Director Natalie Gochnour to discuss the current tension and the ramifications it could have for Utah’s economy at a discussion last Wednesday.

Read more about what Miller had to say in The Salt Lake Tribune, ABC4 and Utah Business.