It seems like a good time to take a moment to reflect on some of the events in Mexico over the past twelve months. In this latest newsletter, I’ve outlined three takeaways from what has been a dramatic year.
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Mexico: Looking Ahead to 2015
As we count down to 2015, I want to wish you all the very best for the upcoming holiday season. It also seems like a good time to take a moment to reflect on some of the events in Mexico over the past twelve months. In this newsletter, I’ve outlined three takeaways from what has […]
A New Mindset Needed
For the past twelve years, my work has taken me back and forth across the United States’ and Mexico’s shared border. I’ve watched as the two countries took steps forward, and sometimes back, steadily tying together communities from Mexico’s southern states up through northern Canada. It is clear to me that as Americans, we live in the world’s most dynamic region. But we have yet to fully capitalize on what can be achieved by working together.
A Look at Mexico’s Tech Sector
There’s something else going on in Mexico that’s worth following, and I wanted to share some thoughts on the country’s tech sector with you.
Mexico: An Energy Future
Almost one year in, what Mexico has accomplished is nothing short of historic.
Study Abroad: Opportunities Abound
Over the past few months I’ve written on Mexican President Peña Nieto’s commitment to reform, tourism in Mexico, and lately I’ve been focused on the transformation and opening up of the country’s energy sector.
A Summer Tourism Perspective
You’re no doubt familiar with the energy and market updates on Mexico that I provide from time to time in my newsletters. I thought I might change it up a bit, as you start to think about your summer travel.
Energy Reform: One Critical Step Closer
Mexico’s energy reforms moved another step towards final passage this week when Mexico’s Senate gave approval to the secondary legislation necessary to regulate the opening of the oil and gas industry to private investment.
Energy Reform: Reality
With final Congressional approvals in place, Mexico and President Peña Nieto can begin celebrating the passage of the secondary legislation necessary to codify constitutional amendments that opened the energy sector to private investment.
Spotlight on Reforms
Emerging markets have been rightly criticized for squandering favorable global conditions by not taking decisive steps
Mexico: Economic Partner and Powerhouse
The recent North American Leaders’ Summit was short on time, but not devoid of substance