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Mexico & Nafta - December 2018

With Mexico’s President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador poised to be formally inaugurated on 1 December, the final edition of the Regional Report: Mexico & Nafta of the year delves into some of the priority projects that López Obrador has vowed to advance as soon as he assumes office, and some of the questions hanging over the projects.

Mexico & Nafta - November 2018

The November edition of the Regional Report: Mexico & Nafta is the last one before President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador assumes office on 1 December.

Mexico & Nafta - October 2018

As the long wait for Mexico’s President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador to assume office in December continues, the October edition of the Regional Report: Mexico & Nafta looks at policy initiatives in key areas that the López Obrador government team is seeking to implement.

Mexico & Nafta - September 2018 (ISSN 1741-444X)

With the change in government now under way in Mexico, the August edition of the Regional Report: Mexico & Nafta delves into some of the immediate political changes that are already taking place in the country.

Mexico & Nafta - August 2018 (ISSN 1741-444X)

Now that Andrés Manuel López Obrador has been confirmed as Mexico’s president-elect, this edition of the Regional Report: Mexico & Nafta analyses the immediate fallout of the electoral result.

Mexico & Nafta - July 2018 (ISSN 1741-444X)

Coming as it does in the immediate wake of Mexico’s 1 July general election, which has delivered victory for Andrés Manuel López Obrador of the leftist Movimiento Regeneración Nacional (Morena) in the presidential race, the July edition of the Regional Report: Mexico & Nafta continues to analyse some unfinished business that the new government will inherit from the outgoing administration on 1 December.

Mexico & Nafta - June 2018 (ISSN 1741-444X)

The June edition of the Regional Report: Mexico and Nafta, the last one before the 1 July general election, takes a look at some of the political, economic, and security weaknesses in the country.

Mexico & Nafta - May 2018 (ISSN 1741-444X)

As Mexico’s 1 July general election draws closer and with Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the presidential candidate of the leftist opposition Movimiento Regeneración Nacional (Morena) party, appearing to consolidate his lead in voting intention polls, the May edition of the Regional Report: Mexico and Nafta provides an in-depth look into what López Obrador’s political project represents for Mexico.

Mexico & Nafta - April 2018 (ISSN 1741-444X)

Mexico’s need to continue making economic reforms is the main focus of this Latin American Regional Report: Mexico & Nafta.

Mexico & Nafta - March 2018 (ISSN 1741-444X)

This edition of the Latin American Regional Report: Mexico & Nafta looks at some factors that could shape the outcome Mexico’s 1 July general election.

Mexico & Nafta - February 2018 (ISSN 1741-444X)

The February 2018 edition of the Latin American Regional Report: Mexico & Nafta focuses on what some of the legacies will be of the outgoing federal government led by President Enrique Peña Nieto, left to the new government that is to be elected in the 1 July general election, such as its efforts to improve education.

Mexico & Nafta - January 2018 (ISSN 1741-444X)

This edition of the Latin American Report: Mexico & Nafta looks at some novel issues that have emerged in Mexico and could become more relevant as 2018 progresses.