More shoppers head from Mexico to the U.S. with 'super peso'
During the pandemic, the U.S.-Mexico border was essentially closed. That had a big impact on businesses in Arizona border communities that were used to depending upon Mexican shoppers.
But now, those businesses might be seeing a boost. The value of the Mexican peso has shot up recently, and more shoppers seem to be coming north of the border to get more bang for their buck.
The Show spoke with Angela Gervasi, who is covering the story in Nogales, Arizona, for the Nogales International.