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Building a Competitive North America on the Existing Foundation

OPINION By JERRY HAAR Part of an ongoing series from the Wilson Center* The second decade of the 21st century increasingly mirrors the world’s political and economic environment of a century before when nationalism, protectionism and isolationism occupied center stage in the global political economy. The key drivers of economic growth and development — neoliberal economic policies and free market-oriented institutional

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Fake Job Placement Firm Leaves Applicants Grounded

By JESSICA GUERRERO MORELIA, Michoacán —  One aspect of the covid-19 pandemic and its subsequent global economic that has universal impacted countries around the world is worker desperation. Here in Mexico, unemployment and underemployment have skyrocketed, and more than a million pay-rolled workers lost their job in 2020 as a result of the pandemic. And to make matters worse, now unscrupulous

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Canadians in Mexico Mark Nation’s Founding

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF     While Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) and his supporters are celebrating the first anniversary of his landslide election victory on Monday, July 1, Canadians in Mexico and around the world are commemorating their country’s national holiday, Canada Day. Canada Day celebrates the creation of the dominion of Canada through the British North

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