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LETTER FROM THE CEO

If anything has characterized the 21st century, it is economic uncertainty. Since the fatal 9/11 that shook the West and set American national security above world trade, the mortgage crisis of 2008, the recent trade war between the main economic powers and the increase of trade tariffs all over the world in detriment to global commerce, everything has taken decision makers of companies by surprise.

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Our Insights are products that we generate on a monthly basis and that can be adjusted by state of the Republic, region or country of the world. That is, you decide from which part of Mexico or the world you want to receive the information and you will receive only those that are relevant to your company.

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Security Insights

So that security conditions in Mexico are not an obstacle in your operations.

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National Political Insights

To anticipate effects derived from national political decisions.

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International Political Insights

To anticipate effects derived from international politics.

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Automation and COVID-19, the greatest danger for workers

The West, primarily the United States, tends to blame low-wage countries – such as China and Mexico – for job losses. However, the greatest job losses are due to automation. Thus, automation based on robotics has improved the productivity of various industries. Artificial intelligence has advanced in the financial, transportation, defense and energy management fields.
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The largest free trade region in the world

Under the leadership of Beijing, 15 countries concluded last Monday the negotiations to create the largest free trade zone in the world. The so-called Regional Integral Economic Association is made up of China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos and Brunei. These countries represent 47%
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The second wave of the indignant voter

The phenomenon of the indignant electorate, which was a decisive factor in elections throughout the world since the middle of this decade, is still in the fight, now in the form of demonstrations – some violent – the same in Baghdad, Port-au-Prince and in Santiago. And although the origin of each one of the mobilizations
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