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NACC Presents Report to North American Leaders

Tuesday, July 31, 2007

During an August summit of North American leaders in Canada, the North American Competitiveness Council (NACC)—a trilateral council of business leaders representing the private sectors of Canada, Mexico, and the United States—offered recommendations on border-crossing facilitation, standards and regulatory cooperation, and energy integration. To download the report, click here. For more about the NACC, click here. ... Read More

Mexico City: Mexico in the Global Economy

Wednesday, March 28, 2007  |  2007 Latin American Cities Conferences

Just as the Mexican Senate was approving a groundbreaking federal pension reform law, the Americas Society and Council of the Americas (AS/COA) held its 2007 Mexico City Conference to look at Mexico’s role in the global economy. With over 180 private and public sector leaders in attendance, the conference, hosted in association with the Mexican Business Council of Foreign Trade Investment and Technology (COMCE), highlighted key reforms—including labor, energy, and fiscal reforms—to improve Mexico’s competitiveness. ... Read More

New Opportunity in U.S.-Mexico Affairs

Wednesday, November 29, 2006  |  Eric Farnsworth  |  Denver Post

U.S. relations with Mexico are about to take another turn, and with some careful nurturing on both sides of the border, the prospects for building a mature, vibrant bilateral relationship have not been better in years. But the window is small, and the time to do so is now.

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The Beginning of the End

Thursday, November 23, 2006  |  América Economía

The presidency of George Bush has entered its last act. With the Democratic victory in the mid term election, the 2008 presidential election campaign has begun. Partly as a result, the next two years will be a period during which the domestic U.S.

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