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  • Mexico “Walks the Talk” regarding Climate Change
    In an unprecedented move, on May of this year the Mexican Congress approved a Climate Change Law. The law sets specific targets and country commitments on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing the use of renewable energy. With it, Mexico will gradually, but surely, reduce its carbon print and with it, its contribution to global warming. The only similar legislation to have been enacted so far elsewhere in the world was introduced by the UK government. It is truly a worldly example of …
  • Mexico is One of the Most Complex Economies in the World.
    In Harvard University’s recent study “The Atlas of Economic Complexity: Mapping Paths to Prosperity”, Ricardo Hausmann and Carlos Hidalgo found that Mexico is within the select group of countries with one of the most complex economies in the world. According to the authors, there is a group of countries that manufactures products requiring a superior level of complexity in theirproduction chain, compared to other type of goods (such as commodities). Economies become more complex as they require …
  • Mexico is an Information Technology Powerhouse
    Mexico has become a solid World manufacturing powerhouse, reaching high quality levels and competiveness that have positioned the country at the top levels in a series of industries. Such is the case of automotive industry and Aeronautic, where it is easily possible to appreciate the extent of the installed industry in the country and its impressive exports volume. But, it has not only been in manufactures that Mexico has reached a leadership place at world level. During the last years, it has r …
  • Migration from Another Point of View: A New Community
    On the latest news there has been a lot of discussion about the data that shows a significant decrease in the number of migrants from Mexico towards the US. Mexican migration toward the US in 2000 was 500,000 on average annually. Last year it came down to 100,000.  And there are approximately only 9.5 million Mexican born citizens living in the USA. There are many good explanations as to why we are experiencing this decrease. They go from pointing out the everyday lower salary differential betwe …
  • Environmental Performance: Mexico Under a New Light
    According to the Environmental Performace Index, issued by collaboration of the Yale University and Columbia University with collaboration of the World Economic Forum and the Joint Centre Research of the European Union, Mexico ranks 43 out of 163 countries. The Environmental Performance Index (EPI) loosk at performance indicators tracked across ten policy categories, covering both environmental public health and ecosystem vitality. These indicators provide a gauge at anational government scale o …
  • Mexico Moving Forward in Human Development: What Really Matters!
    During the last years there has been a great debate in Mexico about the rhythm of its economic growth. It has been slower than some emergent countries and definitely lower than what has been reached by countries in LatinAmerica. One particular concern has been about its income per capita, which has also grown at a much lower rhythm than expected. This has been a source of severe criticism about the path of the economic policy and the future towards which the country is going. Nevertheless, accor …
  • Mexico: A Middle Class Country!
    It is always more challenging to understand oneself that engange in analysing others. It is also more productive. So, how would an X-Ray picture of Mexico come out? According to Cárdenas, Kharas and Henao from Brookings Institution, Mexico is and will be even more, a middle class country. Latin America is not currently a middle class place; the average size of the middle class for the region is 36.%, with data for 2005. But Mexico, along with only three other Latin American economies has a large …
  • Mexico’s Cuisine: A Way for a Merrier World
    J.R.R. Tolkien once said, “If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world”. 
Maybe Mexico’s high regard for food explains it merry character and its unique UNESCO’S recognition as Intangible Cutural Heritage for humanity should also be seen as a lesson to follow. In any case, Mexico is definitely more than “what meets the eye” and therefore the America’s Champion for Cultural Heritage. When it comes to choices, enjoying and learning might transform i …
  • Mexico Truly Committed with the Environment and Aeronautical Industry through Bio Fuel Leadership
    In recent years, Mexico has taken the lead in sustainable and environmental friendly initiatives. Derived from these initiatives, Mexico has achieved outstanding results such as Mexico’s city air quality improvement, outstanding green house emissions reductions, as well as indisputable leadership in COP16. Now, Mexico has its eyes set on becoming a major World player in the production and consumption of bio jet fuels and it is taking all the necessary steps to become a World class leader in the …
  • Mexico: Leading Country in Business Location Competitiveness!
    According to KPMG, Mexico is the best site for business locations, among 10 countries and 112 cities studied in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific. The firm, in its 2010 study, “Competitive Alternatives: Guide to International Business Location”, conducts an analysis measuring the combined impact of 26 significant cost components that are most likely to vary by location, as applied to specific industries and business operations. “Selecting the best site for a business operation requires con …