It suits certain politicians to present Mexico as a failed State and a threat. Nothing could be further from the truth. Originally published in the Wall Street Journal,1 this article dismantles a series of myths about Mexico in areas such as lack of safety, the effects of commercial integration and migration.
Lessons from Development Banking in East Asia
Mauricio de María y Campos, member of the governing board of the Institute for Industrial Development and Economic Growth (IDIC)
Development Banks, Essential for Post-COVID Recovery
Francisco Suárez Dávila - Was a representative of Mexico at the OECD, Undersecretary of Finance, and Director of Banco Obrero and Banco Mexicano Somex.
ToJoy, the biggest business accelerator in China, is in Mexico to accompany small and medium-sized companies in the country that seek to expand their business prospects by exporting their products to the dynamic Chinese market. With over six thousand employees and an extensive global network of contacts, it provides the advice and services necessary to successfully carry out the internationalization projects of Mexican companies.