TAG: Mexico

Jaime Perez-Seoane de Zunzunegui
6 March 2017
Roundtables

We can all accept it at this point: we live in uncertain times. To be sure, all countries, whether emerging or developed, experience a certain grade of incertitude – but some do more than others.

Mexico is coexisting with the biggest uncertainty hurricane of its recent history, particularly since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the 23-year-old treaty with the US and Canada, was sentenced to death by US President Donald Trump. 

Jaime Perez-Seoane de Zunzunegui
4 April 2017
Economic Snapshots

Jaime Perez-Seoane de Zunzunegui
13 April 2017
Infographics

Although economic openness left Mexico more exposed to the global financial crisis than some of its Latin American peers, its economic profile has since allowed it to bounce back as global trade and investment flows recover, and past structural reforms begin to bear fruit.