Made in China 2025 and Self-Sufficiency in New Technologies.
Renato Balderrama Santander y Amado Trejo Romero*
China: Another Globalization?
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.
Drawing closer to Europe is one of the most concrete manifestations of Mexico’s obligation to rethink and diversify its political and trade policies. It is not a coincidence that the Economic Partnership, Political Coordination and Cooperation Agreement between the European Community and Mexico came into effect only five years after the NAFTA. By signing the Agreement, the parties upheld their disposition to coordinate their efforts in political, economic and cooperation arenas.