Beyond NAFTA: U.S. and Mexico Moving Foward

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Friday, April 23, 2010
Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice Theatre, University of San Diego

As the U.S. and Mexico move beyond the first 15 years of NAFTA, new paradigms for business and political reforms for trade and commerce need to take place. Come and codesign these with a joint U.S.-Mexican perspective:
•New business opportunities
•Sustainable, equitable wealth creation in and beyond the NAFTA region
•New managerial talent and leadership styles to succeed in NAFTA
•Opportunities to further synergize strengths, resources and vision to increase competitiveness within the region and beyond

Herminio Blanco Mendoza, PhD, former Mexico Secretaty of Commerce and Industrial Development, chief negotiator for NAFTA
Andres Garza Herrera, President CAINTRA (Chamber of Industry for Nuevo Laredo,MX), one of Mexico’s most prestigious and influential trade organizations
Kevin P. Gallagher, PhD, NAFTA researcher and associate professor, International Relations, Boston University


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