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A lesson in patience

In this article published in Reforma, Alejandro Legorreta writes about the importance of patience in the investment world.
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The three largest risks that markets face

In this article, Spanish investor and professor at IE Business School, Ignacio de la Torre, shares his opinion on the three major risks markets face today.
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A government of psychologists

In this text, Alejandro Legorreta addresses the issue of "behavioral public policy " through examples of success and the impact it could have on our country.
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Crisis-proofed

Sabino Capital writes for the Instituto VIF its investment thesis on Walmex. A crisis-proofed company.
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The Intelligent Power (Soft Power)

Alejandro Legorreta writes about the impact citizen talent can have in the country's image and how it can be used to attract investment and boost its development.
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It’s part of my life

In this article, Sabino Capital explains the great investment opportunity that represents Mexico’s growing middle class and their thesis on the best way to seize it.
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A lesson in patience

Posted by VIF on Jun 18, 20141

The three largest risks that ...

Posted by VIF on May 13, 20142

A government of psychologists

Posted by VIF on May 13, 20143

Crisis-proofed

Posted by VIF on May 13, 20144

The Intelligent Power (Soft Power)

Posted by VIF on May 13, 20145

It’s part of my life

Posted by VIF on May 13, 20146

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Mexico in the World

Daily follow-up of the main notes regarding Mexico in the international press

Mexico en el Mundo

Mexico in the World

Daily follow-up of the main notes regarding Mexico in the international press

Paramilitary presence increases in U.S-Mexico border. (El País)

07/31/2014
El País
Paramilitary groups in the U.S. are calling new recruits to assist in the protection of the southern border, due to the recent surge in migration...Read more

Mexico weighs taking on Pemex pension liabilities. (Financial Times)

07/30/2014
Financial Times
The Mexican government is considering taking on some of Pemex’s pensions liabilities. However, the powerful Pemex union is already making its displeasure felt and some media were questioning whether...Read more

Telefónica can't have Iusacell stake, Salinas says. (Bloomberg)

07/30/2014
Bloomberg
Ricardo Salinas said he isn’t willing to sell his 50% stake in Mexican wireless carrier Grupo Iusacell, even though Telefónica desires it...Read more

Mexico's Pemex to buy US natural gas through Mercuria. (Bloomberg)

07/30/2014
Bloomberg
Pemex struck a deal to import U.S. natural gas from Mercuria, a Swiss trading house, a step that would help the nation secure a cheaper long-term alternative to fuel oil for its power plants...Read more

US Senate opens debate on bill to halt surge of migrants. (NY Times)

07/30/2014
NY Times
Senate Democrats opened debate Wednesday on an emergency measure to help stem the flood of young migrants from Central America. The first procedural measure passed 63 to 33...Read more

California Gov. Jerry Brown, in Mexico, pledges to help young immigrants. (The Wall Street Journal)

07/30/2014
The Wall Street Journal
Jerry Brown, California’s Democratic governor, told reporters in Mexico City on Tuesday that “whatever can be done by a mere governor” to shelter unaccompanied child immigrants, “will be done”...Read more

Telefonica in Mexico deal talks after Iusacell report. (Bloomberg)

07/30/2014
Bloomberg
Telefonica said it’s in talks over a deal in Mexico, following a report that it is seeking to buy Grupo Iusacell...Read more

Video reveals how close Mexican politicians are with the narco. (El País)

07/29/2014
El País
A video shows Rodrigo Vallejo, son of Michoacan's former governor, having a meeting with La tuta, leader of Mexican drug cartel 'Los Caballeros Templarios'... Read more

Mexico's Lower House also approves hydrocarbons law. (BBC Mundo)

07/29/2014
BBC Mundo
Mexico's Lower House approved the so-called 'Hydrocarbons Law', both in general and in particular, with only 2 modifications. It was voted 330 in favor and 106 against...Read more

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