Date: October 25th ,2012
Location: Hariri 450
Join Georgetown University’s Mexican Association, Latin American Student Association and the Latin American Board for a riveting and engaging discussion on Mexico’s recent and prospective economic progress with Mexican economist Carlos Hurtado. In recent years, Mexico has been signaled by various financial periodicals as a dynamic and emerging market in both the financial and goods sectors.
With the advent of a controversial Labor Reform as well as a likely Energy Reform, some analysts point out to the possibility of a new “Mexican Miracle”. Could this signal Mexico’s return to economic leadership in Latin America?
Engaging Q&A to follow the presentation.
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