Our Cener's Executive Director shares her view on Mexico's upcoming presidential elections in an insightful read by Alfredo Corchado. You can read the article here
The Texas-Mexico Center made the cover of Alliance Magazine and in it, we give our perspective on how NAFTA has been critical for the economic growth for both Texas and Mexico. You can read the story in this link: https://issuu.com/alliancemagazine/docs/alliance_2029-nov-2017-isuu
After our event "Texas Factor: Key Variable in the NAFTA Equation," Ambassador Earl Anthony Wayne wrote an article in the Houston Chronicle in which he states that Texas is the state that would lose the most if the ongoing NAFTA talks go wrong, but could have a lot more to gain if it spoke in [...]
The Texas-Mexico Center featured Earl Anthony Wayne, former U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, Chris Wallace, President of the Texas Business Association and Matthew Myers, Deans of the SMU Cox School of Business, in its event titled "The Texas Factor: Key Variable in the NAFTA Equation." The event, done in collaboration with the Bipartisan Policy Center, focused [...]
Photo: Gonzalez. Houston Chronicle Our Center's Director, Luisa del Rosal, weighs in on what NAFTA means for consumers, plus the different ways of measuring trade. Read the Houston Chronicle article by Lydia DePillis here.
SMU Magazine featured our Center in its Fall 2017 issue. Read about our Center's opening below: Debajo la nota sobre la apertura de nuestro Centro en la edición Otoño 2017 de SMU Magazine (nota en inglés):
We have extended the period to receive research proposals until August 15. For more details, click here
On June 19, the Mission Foods Texas-Mexico Center collaborated on a panel discussion about NAFTA alongside the SMU Tower Center, the Bipartisan Center, the Bush Institute, NASCO and the World Affairs Council. Mission Foods CEO Javier Velez was one of the panelists, bringing insight about how the trade agreement is crucial for the business sector [...]
Luisa del Rosal, Executive Director for the Mission Foods Texas-México Center, is a finalist for this year's Latino Business Awards. This is the second year the prestigious publication partners up with the Association of Mexican Entrepreneurs (AEM) in order to honor outstanding Latino leaders in the Metroplex area. You get more information and read the [...]
The Mission Foods Texas-Mexico Center presents its Request for Proposals. Deadline for submitting projects is August 1, 2017. Click here for full details.