Could Mexico Become The New China

Author: Sean Dougherty
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Over the last decade, Mexico's unit labour costs decreased relative to other emerging markets', especially compared to China's.

Oecd Economic Surveys Mexico 2017

Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 926426843X
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159. Dougherty, S. and O. Escobar (2013), “The determinants of informality in
Mexico's states”, OECD Economics Department Working Papers, No. 1043,
revised. Dougherty, S. (2014), “Legal reform, contract enforcement and firm size
in Mexico”, Review of International Economics, Vol. 22, No. 4. Dougherty, S. and
O. Escobar (2016a), “Could Mexico become the new 'China'? Policy drivers of
firmlevel competitiveness”, OECD Productivity Working Papers, No. 4. Dougherty,
S. and O.

Oecd Territorial Reviews Oecd Territorial Reviews Morelos Mexico

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Dougherty, S. and O. Escobar (2016), “Could Mexico Become the New China?
Policy Drivers of Competitiveness and Productivity”, OECD Productivity Working
Papers, No. 2016-04, OECD Publishing, Paris (forthcoming). Dougherty, S. and O
. Escobar (2013) “The Determinants of Informality in Mexico's States”, OECD
Economics Department Working Papers, No. 1043, OECD Publishing, Paris, http
://dx.doi.org/10.1787/5k483jrvnjq2-en. Duranton, G. and D. Puga (2004), ...

Chinese Mexicans

Author: Julia María Schiavone Camacho
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 0807882593
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After the deeply degrading experience, Chie told ins agents, “I did not want to
come to the United States this way. I had bought this new bedroll intending to go
steerage on the ship from San Francisco, and had brought sufficient money to
pay my way home. But now the Mexicans have taken my money and forced me
into the country. I could not help it.” Compelling the Chinese to become destitute
refugees regardless of their class status in Mexico, Sonoran officials cared little
about ...

Paisanos Chinos

Author: Fredy Gonzalez
Publisher: Univ of California Press
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Chinese Mexicans could engage in public diplomacy activities and serve as
interlocutors in the ChineseMexican relationship, at the same time obtaining
prestige from a rising China. Thus, not only did senior ... Coverage of Chinese
Mexicans visiting mainland China had a similar effect: it suggested the continued
loyalty of a community that saw itself as firmly integrated into Mexican society,
even after several decades of being unable to visit the mainland. The most
salient example is ...

Bordering The Future

Author: John A. Adams
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781567206371
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China is sucking away Mexico's jobs. Globalization is entering a fateful new
stage, in which the competitive perils intensify for low-wage developing countries
much like the continuing pressures on high-wage manufacturing workers in the
United States and other advanced economies. In the "race to the bottom," China
is defining the new bottom. — William Greider The next century will belong to
China, and it will become the first ancient culture to rise, fall and rise again. —J.
Yify Lin The ...

Latin America 2016 2017

Author: Blair Turner
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475829019
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China has also become a major source of loans to Latin America, an estimated
$100 billion, mostly for infrastructure development. Half that amount ... Xi then
visited Costa Rica and Mexico, the same countries President Obama had just
visited weeks before, and only then did he fly to California for his first-ever
meeting with Obama. ... By the same token, the new Mexican president, Enrique
Peña Nieto, visited China in April 2013, four months after taking office and one
month before his ...

Latin America 2015 2016

Author: Blair Turner
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475818718
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China has also become a major source of loans to Latin America, an estimated
$100 billion, mostly for infrastructure development. Half that amount ... Xi then
visited Costa Rica and Mexico, the same countries President Obama had just
visited weeks before, and only then did he fly to California for his first-ever
meeting with Obama. ... By the same token, the new Mexican president, Enrique
Peña Nieto, visited China in April 2013, four months after taking office and one
month before his ...

Latin America And The Caribbean In The World Economy 2005 2006

Author: United Nations
Publisher: United Nations Publications
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It should be remembered that China has become one of the main destinations for
exports from countries of Asia and the Pacific and that, gradually, these exports
are becoming specialized, so that these countries have ceased to be just
suppliers of ... Mexico and Central America should seek to become part of a more
intensive intra-industry trade with these two countries, as this will provide this
subregion with new access routes to the Chinese and Indian market, thereby
fostering the ...

Latin America Facing China

Author: Alex E. Fernandez Jilberto
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 0857456245
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In the early 1990s, when Mexico and the United States were negotiating the
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), there were serious US
concerns about the 'sucking sound' from Mexico: labour unions and others feared
that opening the border with Mexico would come at the cost of extensive ...
Mexico is the country with the largest trade deficit with China, and due to massive
Mexican imports of Chinese goods, China became Mexico's second largest trade
partner in 2003.