PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is wrapping up a weeklong trip to France and Mexico that focused on promoting the state to international business and economic leaders.
The Mexico visit in particular appeared designed to repair relations with the state's southern neighbor that were damaged by former Gov. Jan Brewer's positions on immigration.
Ducey left Arizona on June 13 and spent three days at the annual Paris Air Show meeting with aerospace executives in hopes of drawing more business to Arizona. He arrived in Mexico City early Wednesday morning.
His meeting schedule there was jam-packed with meetings with executives from major Mexican companies and political figures. He was set to fly back to Phoenix on Saturday evening.