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International Trade Relations of Mexico: A Window to the World $130.00
Editors: Rajagopal (Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESM), Mexico City, Mexico)
Book Description:
Several emerging market economies have experienced large and persistent trade deficits following the liberalization reforms of the late 80s and early 90s. The Argentine experience has endorsed the extent to which trade imbalances in the 1990s resulted from income and relative price movements were associated with structural changes from shifts in foreign trade elasticity during the reforms period. One of the studies on Latin American trade issues emphasizes that openness involves more than just trade liberalization. The increasing importance of international capital flows and especially foreign direct investment (FDI) seems to be another relevant component of outward oriented policies. This book will encompass these matters and bring light to the trade relations current status. (Imprint: Nova Press)

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Table of Contents:
(Arturo Molina, ITESM, Mexico City Campus)


Chapter 1. Institutional Reforms and Trade Competitiveness in Latin America: A Chronological Analysis (1950-2008)

Chapter 2. The Common Market of South America and Mexico: Goals, International Role and Challenges
(Yoshabel Durand, Jakob Lindgren, Wendell Cornwall, Podie Chitan)

Chapter 3. How have the changes in tariff policies affected Mexico's Trade with Eastern Asia
(Megan T. Gallegos Cué, DeWayne Arthurton, M. María Fernanda, P. Medina)

Chapter 4. Relations of Mexico with Asia and Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)
(Thalia Ortiz Castillo)

Chapter 5. Liberal Trade Environment in Mexico: Competitiveness and Challenges
(Kim Piaget, Samuel Niembro)

Chapter 6. Trade Openness and Inflation in Latin American Countries

Chapter 7. Impact of NAFTA treaty on the industrial footwear products exports of Mexico
(Erick H. Elola, Diego Alemán, Ángel Cruz Luviano, Paulina Santos-Burgoa C)

Chapter 8. Mutual impact of the U.S.A-Mexico textile trade under the NAFTA treaty
(Erika Masubuchi, Paulina Hernández, Fernando Anzo)

Chapter 9. Prospects of Food Industry in Mexico
(Laura Méndez, Olga Angeles, Berenice Castañeda)

Chapter 10. Factors Affecting Business Opportunities in Mexico: Analysis of Macro Perspectives
(Mariana Mora Fonseca, Jaina Montjean, José Luis Alvarado,
Hector González López)

Chapter 11. Economic Growth and International Trade Challenges Ahead in Mexico

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   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2011 1st quarter
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-61209-453-3
   Status: AV
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