Trade Policy is turned upside down today as it was at the Founding of the American Republic. In his second inagural address, President Thomas Jefferson stated that no American, be he farmer, labor, or mechanic [More]
How has NAFTA affected Mexico’s economy? Mexico’s policymakers expected that, with NAFTA, Mexico’s per capita income would catch up with the average incomes in the U.S. and Canada, which hasn’t been the case. However, NAFTA [More]
NAFTA and the Strengthening of the Mexican Economy by the Mexico Institute
Instructions: 1. Go to playlists (there are several) 2. Don’t Waste Your Time — View videos of words you DO NOT ALREADY KNOW 3. Continue to view words until you know them by heart [More]
Observing its 20th birthday, NAFTA continues to play a key role in developing trade between the U.S. and Mexico. Troy Ryley, managing director of Mexico with Transplace, outlines the issues that shippers doing business in [More]
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 [More]
An interview with Marco Antonio Velásquez of Red Mexicana de Acción Frente al Libre Comercio (RMALC) about the effects of NAFTA on the Mexican economy. The interview was conducted by Christiaan Perez of CyTUnidos.
Learn all about the free trade agreements included in NAFTA, how the U.S. Commercial Service can assist companies in finding opportunities, market research and sources of trade data, and the steps to take to qualify [More] Brian Porter, Group Head of International Banking for Scotiabank; Louise Goeser, CEO of Siemens Mesoamerica; and Tom Donohue, President and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce discuss the Mexican economy and why it’s [More]