Definition of binational
: of or relating to two nations a binational board of directors
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The binational group representing mayors of Great Lakes cities in the United States and Canada opposes the project.
About a year ago, the world's first binational airport terminal opened in San Diego as an extension of the Tijuana Airport.
But just about everyone who lives on the border knows that this is much more damaging to their land, the environment, and the binational relationship than Washington, D.C., thinks.
But a 2007 study found that NAFTA binational review panels reversed U.S. agency decisions two-thirds of the time.
U.S. officials who work with Mexico on water-quality issues have said Mexican border towns, such as Tijuana and Ciudad Juárez, have some of the best wastewater collection and treatment facilities in the entire country due to binational investments.
Mexican officials have announced $10 million in new funding to support binational research projects on energy efficiency with the University of California.
The International Boundary and Water Commission, a binational office that addresses border disputes over water and other issues, on Thursday promised a report within 30 days.
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