Before he reached the ten minute mark of his inaugural address, he had forcefully attacked the failure of the neoliberal model of the last several decades going as far to say that it had been a calamity for Mexico. As part of that critique, he immediately pivoted and said “for example, energy reform…it was going to save us.” Beyond intense criticism what else can be gleaned from his remarks on December 1st?
The visit to the 🇺🇸 of President @lopezobrador_ has as a framework the entry into force of #USMCA, a modern trade instrument that will make #NorthAmerica a more competitive region by strengthening the productive chains of our countries.
Today, President @realDonaldTrump welcomes President @lopezobrador_ of Mexico to the White House! 🇺🇸 🇲🇽
Después de esta visita tenemos que enfocarnos mucho más en las instituciones, si hay un cambio de gobierno en #EUA, lo veremos: @AztecDuncan, director de @MexicoInstitute.
#AsíAmanece con @LeonardoCurzio | https://www.adn40.mx
Join us on July 8 for “Will #Mexico’s #regulatory level playing field survive? A conversation with the experts” http://bit.ly/3fgbpXK @MexicoInstitute