Council of the Americas will hold a discussion on the future of Mexico’s trade policy under the incoming administration of Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO).
Mexico is a global leader in free trade with more Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) than any other country in the world: it has 12 FTAs spanning 46 countries. It is also a member of the Pacific Alliance, NAFTA, TPP, APEC, and the OECD. Will AMLO set a new course for Mexico by emphasizing an inward facing strategy of economic development? Will he take a different stance from the outgoing government on NAFTA negotiations? Join our distinguished group of panelists to discuss the implications of AMLO’s presidency on Mexico's incoming development model and trade agenda.
- Arturo Sarukhan, President, Sarukhan & Associates LLC; Former Mexican Ambassador to the U.S. @Arturo_Sarukhan
- Bruce Andrews, Managing Director, Rock Creek Global Advisors; Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce @bandrewsdc
- Miriam Sapiro, Managing Director and Vice Chairman, SVC Public Affairs; Former Acting U.S. Trade Representative @miriamsapiro
To register, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RSVP no later than 3:00 p.m. the day before the event.