5
Dec
2017

Chief Economist at Banorte Gabriel Casillas talks about the new governor of the Bank of Mexico

Gabriel Casillas is the Chief Economist at Banorte. There is concern about inflation. Gabriel Casillas will tell us if there is going to be any changes with the new Governor of the Bank of Mexico, Alejandro Díaz De León

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13
Nov
2017

Discussing APEC 2017 and the Future of TPP with Sergio Negrete from ITESO

President Enrique Peña Nieto traveled to APEC last week, a very important meeting that took place in Vietnam. One of the issues that came out of the meeting is the fact that eleven countries out of twelve that originally negotiated the Trans Pacific Parntership, decided to move forward with some type of trade agreement without the President of the United States. They decided to sit down and try to finance a new agreement. To talk about this is Sergio Negrete, professor at ITESO.

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25
Oct
2017

Paulo Carreño King General Director of ProMexico speaks about promoting Mexico in an anti-Nafta environment.

Paulo Carreño King General Director of ProMexico speaks about promoting Mexico in an anti-Nafta environment. 

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25
Oct
2017

Moises Kalach and Ana Maria Salazar talk about the future of NAFTA

Moises Kalach, coordinator of the Strategic Negotiations for Mexican Business Community of the Private Sector an Ana María Salazar talk about the future of NAFTA and the bilateral relationships between Mexico and the United States,

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11
May
2016

Interview with Guilermo Garcia Alcocer, president of the Mexico’s Energy Regulatory Commision (CRE)

After five monts without a head of the Energy Regulatory Commision (CRE in spanish) in Mexico, finally Guillermo García Alcocer has been ratified as president of the CRE and in this show, Alcocer describes what does the Energy Regulatory Commision do....

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11
May
2016

Interview with the Secretary of Tourism, Enrique De la Madrid

Interview with the Secretary of Tourism of México, Enrique De la Madrid to talk about tourism, an interesting momento to talk about it because Mexico has been reflected in the international media and all the issues and questions have been raised and if you also add the zika crisis and the security crisis, tyhere are so many issues out there that impact the tourism industry of Mexico. The secretary put into context how México is doing in the tourism industry...

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6
May
2016

Mexican Secretary of Agriculture José Calzada on agricultural relations between Mexico and US

The Secretary of Agriculture of Mexico, Jose Calzada Rovirosa outlines how Mexican economy is now dependant on agricultural trade with United States.

Comments on Donald Trump position regarding Mexico and trade. 
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26
Jul
2013

Francisco Gil Díaz: TELECOM Bill

Francisco Gil Díaz (born on 2 September 1943 in Mexico City) is a Mexican economist who served as Secretary of Finance in the cabinet of President Vicente Fox and currently serves as regional chairman of Telefónica for Mexico and Central America.

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30
Apr
2013

Tax Reform with Luis Foncerrada

Big debate that has to do with another reform that is being proposed which basically may (or may not) increase taxes from five to eight percent on wages.

Luis Foncerrada, the director of the Center of Economical Studies of the Private Sector will tell the audience what is going on.

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17
Apr
2013

Shanon K. O’Neil’s Two Nations Indivisible

Prior to the visit of President Barack Obama, scheduled for May 2nd and 3rd, the book Two Nations Indivisible by Shannon O’Neil is going to be a basic reading if we want to understand the topics that are going to be discussed in a couple of weeks between the secretaries of both countries.

Shanon K. O’Neil is Senior Fellow for Latin America Studies. Expertise Latin America, Mexico, Brazil; policy reform; security; trade; energy; immigration. Programs: Latin America Studies Program

Through an in-depth analysis of modern Mexico, Shannon O'Neil provides a roadmap for the United States' greatest overlooked foreign policy challenge of our time--relations with its southern neighbor.

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