PERSPECTIVES ON MEXICAN FOREIGN TRADE IN THE ERA OF TRUMP.
Luz María de la Mora Sánchez
THE FREE TRADE AGREEMENT BETWEEN MEXICO AND THE EUROPEAN UNION, FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF A COMMON TRADE POLICY.
Luis Fernando Lobejón
The effect of the transfer of operations from the United States to Mexico by transnational companies has been widely documented. Various studies show that the benefit to employment, sales and investment has been mutual. The results of one of those studies are set out here.
If Bancomext has managed to endure and is now at a stage of clear expansion, it is because from inside but also from other platforms, various institutions and individuals have been watching over it. Here is a first-hand testimony on the history of the bank, undoubtedly marked by vicissitudes but also filled with evidence of a real capacity for reinvention.
The Trump administration has argued that the US budget deficit is due to trade agreements such as the NAFTA. Behind this argument, however, there are more politics than mathematics. Imminent tax reform in the United States does nothing but confirm this fact.