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Election 2000 Ron Mader

ELECTION 2000 Rate the Partys' webmaster skills before the 2000 elections Mexico's most important elections of the year (for President, Mayor of Mexico City, and Governors of Morelos... read more

Embassies in Mexico Ron Mader

Foreign embassies and consulates bridge diplomatic, economic and cultural interests. In Mexico, they serve as vital networking hubs for visitors, foreign residents and Mexicans alike. From "just-the-fa... read more

Elections And Business In Mexico Ilya Adler

Every time there are presidential elections in Mexico, there is a panic that the country is about to enter a new crisis. This is to a large extent based on past experience, so much so, that it is part ... read more

The Annexation of Mexico: From the Aztecs to the Imf, One Reporter's Journey through History by John Ross Reviewed by Allan Cogan

Ross, a social activist, poet and working reporter based in Mexico City, has a lively and irreverent style. It makes his book an enjoyable read, despite the sometimes heavy material. His thesis is that outsiders, and most especially the United States, have never stopped trying to control or annex "this enormously rich, indescribably poor nation" in one way or another for centuries. Usually this was accomplished through plain old land-grabbing. Today the process continues through economic instruments such as indebtedness, NAFTA and the war on drugs. read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - Janaury 2002

Table of Contents THE SHAPE OF 2002 MORE FOREIGN INVESTMENT AIRLINE PARTNERSHIPS QUERÉTARO AIRPORT... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report October 2002

Table of Contents STATE OF THE NATION REPORT GOOD GROWTH PROSPECTS HIGHLIGHTS OF RECENT PROGRESS RE... read more

Dealing with the Rising Sun: Mexico eyes a Japanese trade deal Robert Donnelly

A scheduled upcoming visit by Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi could mark the start of an official round of free-trade talks between Japan and Mexico, a leading Japanese business leader told B... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - October 2001

Table of Contents STATE OF THE NATION REPORT GENERAL GOALS PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION FIGHT AGAINST POVE... read more

The second great migration: Economic and policy implications Mexico Data On-Line

In recent decades, immigration to the United States has reached historic proportions. Many observers liken this large and sustained wave of immigration to the Great Migration at the beginning of the 20... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - October 2000

Table of Contents THE STATE OF THE NATION UPGRADING OIL REFINERIES MORE HYDRO-POWER THE STATE OF THE NATION ... read more

High hopes, baffling uncertainty: Mexico nears the millennium Jim Tuck

The election that brought Miguel de la Madrid's successor to power was clearly fraudulent. On July 6, 1988, when the first results began to arrive at the interior ministry's office on Avenida Bucareli,... read more

Inside, outside: The costs of negotiation in Mexico, and the costs of avoiding it Joel Estudillo Rendon

In late 1998, the Mexican political system showed definite signs of democratic progress. For the second time, the executive power was forced to negotiate with the legislative power on its 1999 plan for... read more
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