Mexico

La nueva reforma energética de México

Trece años después, la tan sometida a debate reforma ha llegado y se ha ido y México tiene un nuevo modelo energético. Este nuevo modelo ha generado controversia en la política de México, pero ha sido ampliamente celebrado en todo el mundo. Entre agosto y diciembre de 2013, el Congreso de la Unión debatió y luego aprobó una Reforma Constitucional que autorizaba la inversión privada y extranjera en la cadena de valor del sector energético por primera vez en 75 años.

Presentación: La Nueva Reforma Energética de México

El nuevo modelo energético de México ha sido polémico en el régimen mexicano, pero extensamente celebrado alrededor del mundo. Entre agosto y diciembre de 2013, el Congreso Mexicano debatió y, posteriormente, aprobó una reforma constitucional que permitió la inversión privada y extranjera en la cadena de valor del sector energético por primera vez en 75 años. En agosto de 2014, el Congreso aprobó la legislación secundaria y estableció un nuevo marco legislativo y regulador que permitió la creación de un piso parejo para todos los actores del sector.

Mexico's New Energy Reform

Thirteen years later, the much-debated reform has come and gone and Mexico has a new energy model. This new model has been controversial in Mexico’s polity, but widely celebrated around the world. Between August and December 2013, the Mexican Congress debated and then approved a Constitutional Reform that allowed private and foreign investment across the energy values chain for the first time in 75 years.

U.S. Spotlight Fixed Squarely on AMLO as He Takes Reins in Mexico

On Dec. 1, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) will be sworn in as Mexico’s president. AMLO’s presidency will have important ramifications for the United States.

Through trade, travel, heritage and history, U.S.-Mexico relations touch the daily lives of more American citizens than ties with any other country. The two countries trade over $1 million a minute, have over $100 billion in mutual investment and share a million border crossings a day.

A Bad Omen

The last time a Mexican president tried to manipulate the economy, it ended in disaster. Luis Echeverria tried to do just this to get around the budgetary restrictions that hindered his goals and political promises.

Presentation by Roberto Campa, Secretary of Mexico's Department of Labor and Social Welfare

In this presentation, Secretary Roberto Campa spoke about the achievements of Mexico’s Department of Labor and Social Welfare during the Peña Nieto administration as well as current and future workforce challenges. The discussion focused on workforce development policy, including but not limited to the topics of: the informal sector, employment opportunities for vulnerable groups, creation of jobs, minimum wages and purchasing power, labor reform, and the USMCA agreement.
 

Mexican Migration Flows: From Great Wave to Gentle Stream?

There are few relationships as long-standing, rich, and complex as the relationship between Mexico and the United States. Mexicans have always made substantial contributions to the labor force, economy, and culture of the United States, and today Mexicans continue to be the largest immigrant population in the United States. Not only is this population substantial in size, the flow of Mexican migrants coming to the United States is becoming more diverse.

Infographic | Is Deterrence Enough?

Building Partnership with Mexico - A Presentation by E. Anthony Wayne, Convergencias 2018

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