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Mexico 2013

Mexico is on the rise. Social and economic shifts, such as a falling birth rate and rising wages in China, are all working in Mexico’s favour. The country’s new leader, Enrique Peña Nieto, is starting to tackle the problems that have held Mexico back, like education and security. The Economist’s Mexico Summit will focus on the intersection of politics and business—to understand how Mexico’s new political climate will impact its business climate—as well as discuss new ideas for creating long-term, sustainable economic growth. More »

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  • How will this year’s reforms transform Mexico?
  • Can Mexico achieve a truly competitive business environment?
  • How can entrepreneurs leverage technology and innovation to solve national problems?
  • Will Mexico beat Brazil and take over as Latin America’s largest economy?
  • What is the outlook for the health care industry?
  • Can high-tech manufacturing flourish in Mexico?
  • Will Mexico’s new anti-crime plan change its security story?

Defined for senior business executives and leaders from government, The Mexico Summit 2013 will draw on The Economist's sharp thinking and distinctly global perspective to engage in a lively debate about the future of Mexico. The Economist's Americas editor, Michael Reid, and Mexico bureau chief, Henry Tricks, alongside leading policy-makers and business minds, will spark intelligent dialogue about the future of social and economic progress and explore the question of whether the Mexico can sustain the long-term economic growth it needs to become a serious global player.

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