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Tue, Dec 8, 2020

Spotlight: The Biden-Harris Administration and the future of supply chains in the Americas

The month of November 2020 marked a turning point for the United States as voters cast their ballots at rates not recently seen in a US election. The historic race saw around 65 percent of the voting population in the United States participating, the highest in more than one hundred years. With three hundred and […]

Report by Juan Carlos Baker, Maurice Bellan, Christina Conlin, Kerry Contini, Reagan Demas, Ildefonso Guajardo, Landon Loomis, Jason Marczak, Manuel Padrón-Castillo, Anne Petterd, Shunko Rojas, Lisa Schroeter, Alison J. Stafford Powell, Joyce Smith, Jennifer Trock, Omar Vargas, Carlos Alberto Vela-Treviño

Economy & Business Latin America

Wed, Jul 1, 2020

Start of USMCA brings hope amid COVID-19 economic crisis

“Together, Canada, Mexico and the United States make North America an energy, manufacturing, and innovation powerhouse," Damon Wilson says. "The USMCA helps unlock this potential, offering greater prosperity for these nations' citizens and positioning democracies in North America to better shape global standards and compete with China."

New Atlanticist by David A. Wemer

Coronavirus Energy Markets & Governance

Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal, a member of the Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center Advisory Council, is a Mexican economist and politician who, most notably, served in the administration of former Mexico President Enrique Peña Nieto as Secretary of Economy. Prior to this role, Mr. Guajardo worked with the International Monetary Fund as an Associate Economist, served as Director of the North America Free Trade Agreement Affairs Office at the Embassy of Mexico in Washington, as well as several other positions in various levels in the Mexican federal government.