By: Robert Wagstaff Mexico’s automotive industry continued a pattern of steady growth into 2014, surpassing Brazil as Latin America’s top automobile producer for the first time in over a decade. During the first nine months of the year, Mexico produced 2.4 million vehicles, a 7.5% increase...

Roberto Eraña & Alexander P. Trueba Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto unveiled his energy reform on August 12 that proposes to open up the energy industry by allowing private and foreign investment in the sector.  The proposal, the cornerstone of Peña Nieto’s domestic agenda for economic...

Raymond A. Perez & Alexander P. Trueba After trailing China in attracting U.S. companies for outsource manufacturing and production for over the last decade, Mexico is making a comeback principally driven by a changing global landscape and soaring Chinese wages. China burst onto the world economic scene...