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China Drawn to Mexico's Opening Economy - ABC News

China Drawn to Mexico's Opening Economy ABC News China's president has said he plans to address Mexico's large trade deficit with the Asian power and discuss ways to increase Mexican exports.
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Mexico's economy to grow at faster clip in 2014 - New York Daily News

Mexico's economy to grow at faster clip in 2014 New York Daily News Paris, May 30 (IANS/EFE) Mexico's economy, which will experience slower growth in the first half of 2013 due to headwinds from the US, will have a stronger performance next year,...

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Mexico The Stranger Next Door to South Padre Island

Mexico The Stranger Next Door to South Padre Island | Debate | Scoop.it

Defying its troubled reputation, Mexico is becoming an economic power. Will Americans notice? South Padre Island's economy is heavly influenced by mexican second home owners and visitors.


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Michael Stuart's curator insight, May 3, 2013 12:49 AM

In the last year, however, Mexico’s image has witnessed a dramatic transformation. In the eyes of U.S. media and policy-making elites, the country’s gone from being the next Afghanistan to the next China.


The new narrative crescendo-ed with the swearing-in last December of President Enrique Peña Nieto. Journalists covering the event learned, among other things, that years of effective economic policies and an embrace of free trade are turning Mexico into a solidly middle-class society.


The Financial Times called Mexico, whose economy grew 3.9 percent in 2012, an “Aztec tiger.”


No relationship is of greater importance to the U.S.’s well-being than that with Mexico.


Two decades since the signing of the North American Free Trade Agreement, the cross-border partnership has yet to reach its true potential, even though manufacturers already view the U.S. and Mexico as a single market for production purposes.


Mexico, with all its challenges, represents a success story in global terms. After the 1995 peso crisis roiled international markets, Mexico started practicing what Washington only preaches: living within its means.


South Texas and the Texas coast's South Padre Island economy is heavily influenced by Mexican second home owners and visitors.


Also see: Mexico May Finally Get a Modern Oil Industry at  http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-07-12/mexico-may-finally-get-a-modern-oil-industry

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Venezuela's oil future a 'shambles' after Chavez

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(CNN) -- Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, who died this week, built his support on a populist platform of sharing the country's oil wealth with the poor.

Yet Venezuela's economy, and the future of its oil industry, remains deeply vulnerable.

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bremont Alfredo's curator insight, March 27, 2013 8:12 AM

best reason to drop the US $ And the cripple £, form a bank with the BRIC nations, stop using dollars worldwide it is toilet paperer bogus currency! forget wall-street, it is a useless market it is not even a market but a printing machine of bogus money, leave the OPEC form anew petrodollars ditch the current petrodollars, by bankrupting america Venezuela can save the american citizens from the current fascist regime of Washington, act now. think, calculate, US BONDS are zero, in fact useless, the $ is useless, electronic scam. reason why qatar, Saudi Arabia are buying Europe like crazy to get those useless dollars in solid assets, the ill advice economist in should wake up  (IN FRANCE)  which do not have any knowledge of the actual realm of the economy. the BREN 25 % silver is the last chance, as after Cyprus is Greece, Belgian, Luxembourger, them Spain and ITALY. and the unavoidable end of the euro. there is no way out, FMI, IMF,  world bank, depend on the FED printing machine. remember Breton woods, and the end of GOLD as equilibrium of world currencies.. analyse it inquire be wise . a south american union with a new petrol BREN 25% silver is the only solution until them suffer and austerity will be your daily existence. reflect North Korea is in fact a false flag to veil the toilet paper dollar $ currency.

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UPDATE 1-Venezuela's economy slows sharply as 'stagflation' looms - Reuters

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UPDATE 1-Venezuela's economy slows sharply as 'stagflation' looms
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Economy grew 0.7 pct in Q1 vs 5.9 pct a year earlier. * Slowdown follows heavy government spending in 2012. By Brian Ellsworth.
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