AS/COA presents a panel discussion on Mexico’s political and economic outlook leading up to the 2012 presidential elections. Amidst an uncertain global economic environment, Mexico’s 2012 elections will be followed closely by Mexicans and the international community alike. Elections will be taking place for the presidency, congressional seats, governorships, local deputies, and councils.
Leading experts discuss the country’s upcoming elections and the prospects for economic growth, market competitiveness, and political and economic reforms in coming years. Panelists also discuss the security situation in the country and the overall political environment.
- Alonso Cervera, Head of Non-Brazil Latin America Economics, Credit Suisse
- Carlos Ramírez, Analyst, Eurasia Group
- Lisa Schineller, Director, Latin American Sovereign Rating, Standard & Poor’s (Moderator)