31
May
2013

What is going to happen with the Mexican Energy Sector? We’ll talk about this with George Baker

The energy reform bill is being debated, as it creates a lot of anxiety. Will this be the reform bill that breaks the "Pact for Mexico"? Because the parties involved in the deal very differently see what needs to happen in the energy sector, particularly in the oil sector. To discuss this and other topics is George Baker, a well-known energy analyst.

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31
May
2013

Cesar Catalán: The Social Programs and the Tax Reform

How is this administration going to finance its programs with the President’s National Development Plan, all of this requires money. The big question is: What is going to happen with the Tax Reform? There is a lot of pressure to have some type of mechanism to tax food and medicine. What is going to happen to the Value Added Tax (IVA). To talk about this is with us César Catalán, Partner in the Corporate and Indirect Tax within the Tax & Legal Practice of KPMG in Mexico.

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31
May
2013

Talking with Enrique Verruga about the Peña Nieto’s trip to Asia

Prior to visit of President Barack Obama to Mexico, President Enrique Peña Nieto traveled to Asia and visited China and Japan. This was a very important trip and we’ll discuss about it with Enrique Verruga, who’s a carreer ambassador, his former post was Mexico’s ambassador at the U.N.

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29
May
2013

Senator Manuel Bartlett’s point of view about the new bills

This interview took place in the last hours of the former legislative period. Manuel Bartlett, from the Labor Party (PT) gives us his point of view about the discussion of the TELECOM Bill and the Education Reform.

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3
May
2013

Randal C. Archibold’s article about the visit of President Barack Obama to Mexico

Randal C. Archibold is the New York Times bureau chief for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, based in Mexico City.

Author of the article: Obama Arrives in Mexican Capital to Meet With New Leader http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/03/world/americas/obama-mexico.html?ref=mexico&_r=0

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3
May
2013

Jeffrey Daviddow:Press conference of President Barack Obama and President Peña Nieto

Former US Ambassador to Mexico from August 5, 1998 until September 14, 2002 under the Clinton Administration. After leaving Mexico in September 2002, he returned to Harvard to become a Visiting Fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government and the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies. During the 2002-03 academic year, he worked extensively with undergraduate and graduate students and wrote a book on U.S.-Mexican relations. The US and Mexico: The Bear and the Porcupine was first published in Spanish in Mexico by Casa Editorial Grijalbo and in English by Markus Weiner Publishers in April 2004.

Davidow assumed the presidency of the Institute of the Americas on June 1, 2003. The Institute of the Americas, founded in 1983, is an independent, non-profit institution at the University of California, San Diego. Its mission is to be a catalyst for promoting development and integration as a means to improve the economic, political, and social well-being of the people of the Americas.

He has also served as adviser to President Barack Obama for the Summit of the Americas.

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