Proyecto 1954

US-Mexico Foundation

Proyecto 1954 es el Podcast de US-México Foundation, conducido por Enrique Perret. Aquí encontrarás entrevistas con personas que tienen participación en la relación México - Estados Unidos ¿Por qué Proyecto 1954? 1954 son las millas que dividen pero sobre todo que unen a nuestros dos países. read less
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167. ¿Está preparada la política fiscal de México para el auge del near-shoring?
22-01-2024
167. ¿Está preparada la política fiscal de México para el auge del near-shoring?
En este episodio exploramos las claves para potenciar el futuro económico de México en medio del auge del nearshoring! La USMF acaba de presentar su más reciente documento de investigación, "Mejorando la Competitividad de México a través de Recomendaciones de Política Fiscal", donde se redefine el papel crucial de la política fiscal en el paisaje del comercio internacional. Descubre cómo México se encuentra en una encrucijada de oportunidades sin precedentes en el nearshoring, y cómo la política fiscal se erige como el protagonista en esta historia de reposicionamiento estratégico. El documento detalla recomendaciones cruciales para remodelar la política fiscal de México, alineándola con la creciente tendencia de relocalización cercana. Sumérgete en el análisis de expertas sobre las oportunidades y desafíos que presenta el nearshoring en México. Exploraremos las áreas clave que pueden impulsar la competitividad fiscal y diversificar las asociaciones comerciales. Desde incentivos fiscales hasta el enfoque en sectores críticos como la electrónica y la farmacéutica, desentrañaremos cómo estas medidas pueden transformar el panorama económico. En una era de competencia dinámica, conoceremos las medidas específicas propuestas, desde la revisión de límites de deducción de intereses hasta la agilización de procesos clave como la devolución de saldos crediticios. ¿Cómo estas recomendaciones pueden remodelar el futuro económico de México y mejorar el bienestar de su población? Acompáñanos en esta conversación sobre cómo la implementación exitosa de incentivos fiscales y recomendaciones políticas será fundamental para consolidar a México como un líder en el mapa del nearshoring. Lee el documento: https://www.usmexicofoundation.org/fiscal-policy-esp
164. Ally Shoring in North America, the Biggest Manufacturing Region in the World
11-12-2023
164. Ally Shoring in North America, the Biggest Manufacturing Region in the World
Building on a body of work over the past three years to advance the concept and practice of ally-shoring as an effective strategy for reworking global supply chains, the U.S.-Mexico Foundation published the report, "Ally Shoring: A Powerful Strategy for Near-shoring”. The document seeks to enhance the understanding of ally-shoring by proposing further key concepts and strategies to strengthen economic security and prosperity between the U.S. and Mexico. Given the shifting geopolitical landscape, ally-shoring offers a unique opportunity for the U.S. and Mexico to build stronger, more resilient, democratically-driven economies in both countries. This opportunity requires a framework and strategy to best leverage U.S. and Mexican competencies in emerging industries that could most benefit from economic cooperation. By targeting economic engagement and integration while simultaneously strengthening democratic rules, norms, and values, both countries -and the region at large have the potential to see substantial and sustained long-term growth. This convergence of interests in near-shoring and countering the political coercion and dependency building of China and other countries outside the region highlights a unique moment for Mexico and the U.S. to work closely with other allies to build an integrated ally-shoring strategy. This conversation will review areas and elements of an ally-shoring framework to strengthen economic cooperation and economic security in the region. This conversation was held during the North Capital Forum 2023 in Mexico City, with the help of our affiliated partner BBVA. Speakers: Enrique Perret, Managing Director, US-Mexico Foundation; Founder and President, North Capital Forum Eduardo Amaro, Rockwell Automation Elaine Dezenski, CEFP Jasper Jung, GM Michele Pearce, Covington and Burling Ricardo Fernández - Mazarambroz, BBVA Mexico
162. Carla Hills, North American Trailblazer: Trade and Strengthening Global Relations
23-10-2023
162. Carla Hills, North American Trailblazer: Trade and Strengthening Global Relations
In this engaging episode, we have the privilege of interviewing Carla Hills, the former U.S. Trade Representative and the recipient of the 2023 Trailblazer Award at the North Capital Forum. Ms. Hills shares her profound insights into the world of international trade and diplomacy. At the North Capital Forum awards ceremony, we dive deep into the heart of trade relations. Ms. Hills discussed how trade benefits individuals in every country. With a distinguished career advocating for free and fair trade, she articulates the significance of trade to the average person, making complex economic concepts understandable to all. Our conversation also touches on the revival of dialogue between North American countries, including NALS (North American Leaders' Summit) and HLED (High-Level Economic Dialogue). Ms. Hills proposes an innovative approach: creating smaller, more focused groups of experts who intimately understand the issues and know how to resolve them. China, a global economic powerhouse, plays a pivotal role in the North American relationship and the world. Ms. Hills sheds light on how countries in the region navigate this complex dynamic, offering fresh perspectives on maintaining cooperation, even in the face of competition. This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in international trade, diplomacy, and the delicate balance of global relations. Join us as we explore Carla Hills' remarkable journey, her vision for a brighter global future, and the art of fostering cooperation among nations in a rapidly changing world.