Mexico And The U.s.: Studies In Economic Interaction

1st Edition

Peggy B. Musgrave

Routledge
Published May 23, 2019
Reference - 275 Pages
ISBN 9780367006259 - CAT# K402956

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Summary

The future of the Mexican economy is highly dependent on the health and vitality of its larger neighbor, the United States. But the dependence is mutual: Mexico is an important trade partner of the United States and a vital link in its relations with other Latin American countries. Contributors to this volume address the key issues of economic interdependence between Mexico and the United States, including problems of capital flow and foreign dependence, the role of trade, the impact of economic fluctuations and macro policies on Mexico’s economic development, and labor migration. They highlight mutual approaches to solving joint problems and illustrate that U.S.-Mexico relations cannot be understood in bilateral terms only but must be built into the structure of a healthy world economy.

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