The Woodrow Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute and Program on America and the Global Economy hosted a public discussion on:

Mexico and the G-20
Leader’s Summit in Los Cabos

Mexico currently held the presidency of the G-20 and would be hosting the upcoming Leader's Summit that was in June. While Mexico had identified several priority issues, ranging from strengthening the global financial architecture to promoting sustainable development and financial inclusion, the eurozone crisis continued to demand a great deal of attention. This was a discussion on Mexico's particular approach to the G-20 presidency and the major issues on the agenda for the Los Cabos meeting.

Speakers

  • Gerardo Rodríguez Regordosa

    Undersecretary of Mexico’s Ministry of Finance and Public Credit
  • Mark Sobel

    Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Monetary and Financial Policy, US Department of the Treasury
  • Arturo Sarukhan

    Distinguished Diplomat in Residence/Mexico Institute, Advisory Board Member
  • Andrés Rozental

    President, Rozental & Asociados, Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
  • Colin I. Bradford

    Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development
  • John W. Sewell

    Senior Scholar