Mexico’s International Trade Agenda for 2017

International events such as “Brexit,” the United States’ potential withdrawal from the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) or the possibility of renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) are all extremely relevant for Mexico’s economy – which has the fourth-largest gross domestic product (GDP) in the Americas and the 15th-largest GDP in the world.Continue reading “Mexico’s International Trade Agenda for 2017”

Meet Canada’s new International Trade Minister

François-Phillippe Champagne, a lawyer who’s worked for a string of major multinationals, Champagne knows the world of global trade—but says Canadians must reap the benefits at home. Arguably the biggest promotion in today’s federal cabinet shuffle goes to François-Philippe Champagne, who vaults from parliamentary secretary to Finance Minister Bill Morneau, a supporting role just outside cabinet,Continue reading “Meet Canada’s new International Trade Minister”

India Looks to Boost Access to Latin America, Eyes $100 bn in Trade

In a bid to ease hurdles and open up access to new frontiers, the government aims to enhance connectivity with Latin American (LatAm) countries — a move which will ease the long-standing demand of various nations. Trade volume could easily go up to $100 billion. Sources in the government told FE, “At the recently concludedContinue reading “India Looks to Boost Access to Latin America, Eyes $100 bn in Trade”

Why China is Cosying up to Latin America

Just days after Donald Trump’s victory in the US election, President Xi Jinping (習近平) set off for Latin America – his third trip to the region since taking office in early 2013. Beijing has laid out a new road… BY CARY HUANG Beijing has laid out a new road map for its relations with LatinContinue reading “Why China is Cosying up to Latin America”