20
Jul
2018

Stephan Selig, former undersecretary at the Departamento of Commerce

If you’ve been following the news, there was an statement made by President Donald Trump where he basically said something like this: that he had ‘clicked’ with the new President Elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and that President Donald Trump is interested in negociating what sounds like a bilateral trade agreement with Mexico. Of course there has been very interesting reactions in Mexico to this proposal. The secretary of economy, Ildefonso Guajardo cameo out and basically stated that no, Mexico Will continue to renegotiate NAFTA with the Canadians and United States. There is a questionmark in terms as to where this proposal is going. Top ut into context what this proposal means and reallisticaly what are the posibilities of NAFTA surviving this stage or. Joining us today is Stephan Selig, former undersecretary of commerce for International Trade at the U.S. Departamento of Commerce for the later years of Barack Obama’s Presidency, from 2014 to 2016.

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11
Jul
2018

Gabriel Casillas talks about how AMLO would deal with the present comercial war and the future of NAFTA

We have been following very closely of course the position taken by President elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador in regards to this meeting he had with the business community in the last few days.There is two really big issues that have to do with Mexico and it’s ability to do commerce around the world, and it has to do with tariffs, as you know there is a tariffs war around the world, a comercial war taking place and how that potencially affect the future renegotiation of NAFTA. To talk about these issues is with us Gabriel Casillas, Chief Economist for Banorte.

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5
Jul
2018

Paco Abundis talk about the historical electoral process in Mexico

Last Sunday was extraordinary for Mexico. Because there was an historical election and a historical process. These of course has been reflected in the headlines, not only here in Mexico but around the world. Top ut into context what happened on Sunday, we have Francisco Abundis from Parametria.

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26
Jun
2018

Francisco Abundis from Parametria What to expect on July 1st; election day in Mexico

Francisco Abundis, from Parametría, tells us what to expecto on July 1st, the election day in Mexico

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20
Jun
2018

Alejandro Aurrecochea from Integralia. Few days before the elections in Mexico

Literally days away from the elections in Mexico, as you know, the Wednesday before the elections day, Wednesday evening at midnight there will be no campaigne, so there is very few days left and of course we’ve been following this literally for the las two years, so I really apreciate again Alejandro Aurrecochea from integralia joining us to talk about the days previous to the elections.

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19
Jun
2018

Eric Martin, correspondent for Bloomberg in Mexico. Elections and NAFTA

Eric Martin, correspondent for Bloomberg in Mexico follows the elections and the NAFTA negotiations

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19
Jun
2018

Jose Medina Mora, Vice President of COPARMEX talks about thr new Fiscal General

One of the big reforms that are taking place right now an was vote don during this administration has to do with the creation of this “Fiscal General”. It is the Attorney general’s office, but in reallity the Fiscal General is suposed to be more independent tan the General Prosecutor. Those are at least some of the characteristics of the inicial drafting in constitutional reforms. Anyway, the partys have been unable to reach an agreement between candidates and I ran into a senator the other day and he expressed concern that the two appointments that have now been made during the summer time has to do with: 1., The new Fiscal general and 2., Th especial prosecutor for aanticorruption cases, but, in many ways dependo n the Fiscal General. To talk about an innovative and very different proposal I have on the line Jose Medina Mora, National Vice President of Structural Strenghtening of Coparmex.

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8
Jun
2018

Jorge Lara Ayotzinapa Truth Commission

A very controversial decision that came from a court in Tamaulipas which basically says that the Mexican Government has to create a truth commision in order to figure out what happened to the 43 Ayotzinapa students. To talk about this we are glad to present Jorge Lara, he is former deputy attorney general at the PGR.

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5
Jun
2018

Eric Martin #AMLO adds up important supporters

Eric Martin, correspondent from Bloomberg Mexico talks about an article published by Bloomberg about presidencial candidate, Andres Manuel López Obrador ensuring Guillero Ortiz as his suporter. Let’s not forget that Guillermo Ortiz helped Mexico during the Tequila Crisis.

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5
Jun
2018

Interview with Sergio Negrete @econokafka : Mexican peso on a Free Fall

The Mexican peso is on a free fall and there is varios reasons for this depreciation but some of them, we just asume that is for the posible outcome of the elections. To talk about this subject is Sergio Negrete, profesor at the ITESO Guadalajara

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