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Friday, June 30, 2006


MEXICO CITY -- If conservative governing party candidate Felipe Calderón wins Sunday's presidential elections - a big if - he may turn out to be somewhat less pro-business -- and pro-American -- than his current image suggests. The reason: Calderón has vowed to form a coalition government to break this country's congressional deadlock, which has stalled much-needed economic and political reform for a decade. If he hands over Cabinet jobs to left-of-center opposition parties, he most likely would have to make policy concessions to his outside partners. Read the full column here.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Andres, Mexico and the rest of Latin America can never hope to be the next China or India. The Chinese and Mahatma Gandhi Indians have a tremendous work ethic and a very sharp sense of right vs wrong. Let me just keep it at that so as not to get myself in trouble here and have the police called on me.

11:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

With Mr Calderon in power of course
Mexico would never be productive or
competitive.That is sure.

The workm ethic has nothing to
do with development.Yet your Hindostani India live in huge povertty levels. And the chinese?
Did you forget that China is still
The Hindostani,Chinese work
ethics will destroy your
american industry...
have you realised that,dude?

Of course,the U.S and Bush and
company make deal even with the
devil itself as long they
are "friends".

God Bless Latin America !

8:19 AM  
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