The mercantile dimension of international relations now has —in the midst of globalization— an unprecedented weight. For countries like ours, who have strongly committed to free trade and have identi?ed in it a path to full development, the economic component of diplomacy is critical.
Global Value Chains: An Odyssey Toward E-commerce
Interview with Gary Gereffi, Founding Director of the Global Value Chains Center at Duke University, North Carolina.
By: Guillermo Máynez Gil
Katcon’s Unstoppable Evolution: From National Producer to Worldwide Automotive Reference
Interview with Carlos Turner, CEO at Katcon Global.
By: Karina Almaraz
The Emerging Challenges of the Auto Parts Industry in Mexico
Interview with Óscar Albin, President of the National Auto Parts Industry
By: Susana Sáenz
Pharma in Mexico: Too Important to Do Without an Industrial Policy
Interview with Mauricio de María y Campos, board member of the Institute for Industrial Development and Economic Growth. He was Undersecretary of Industrial Development and Director General of UNIDO.
By: César Guerrero Arellano
Mexican Industrial Policy, Hand in Hand with Opening the Economy?
Interview with José Luis de la Cruz, director of the Institute for Industrial Development and Economic Growth
By: Susana Sáenz Arelle
The dilemma between globalization or autarky, so in vogue in times of the Great Depression of 1929, seems to be—again—at the center of the debate. The unexpected events of 2020 threaten to inaugurate a new cycle of closure that, with a precise use of history, Gustavo Vega argues is not the solution to current world problems. He further explains the importance of the successful renegotiation of the North American trade agreement, especially for the difficult times ahead.