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.
Innovation: The Key to Grow More and Distribute Better
Interview with Jorge de los Santos and José Alfredo Galván
By: Ariel Ruiz Mondragón / Photo: Ignacio Galar
Mexican Entrepreneurship Must be Leveraged
Interview with Ana Barbara Mungaray
By Ariel Ruiz Mondragón / Photo: Ignacio Galar
Prime Certification: The Stock Market Within Reach of Companies
Interview with Jorge Adrián Velázquez Ochoa, Director of Innovation and New Businesses at Bancomext
By César Guerrero / Photo: Ignacio Galar
Innovation and Knowledge Transfer in Mexican Technology SMEs: Spin-off Approach
Óscar Contreras and Jorge Carrillo*
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.