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"Analyse des facteurs de migration mexique-États-Unis et des impacts sociaux, économiques"

Davila, Carlos (2020): "Analyse des facteurs de migration mexique-États-Unis et des impacts sociaux, économiques".

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Abstract

Abstract Mexico decided to internationalize its economy, entering the globalizing process of a quasi-total opening of its economy. Foreign trade was defined as the basis for the development of the country, which is why 12 free trade agreements were negotiated that allow access to preferential products to 43 countries. The evolution of the relationship with all of them, with the exception of the United States and Central America, has been unsatisfactory because most of them have a growing deficit in the trade balance. The basis of this problem is the growing lack of productivity and competitiveness of the Mexican economy, caused by the absence of reforms to reduce transaction costs in our country. This is aggravated by the absence of a regulatory policy and Mexico also managed to increase its economy by being able to have trade agreements with different countries.

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