Mexico Executive Partner Luis Rubio was interviewed by Latinvex alongside other lawyers about how the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations and Mexico's upcoming presidential election will impact mergers and acquisitions in the country.
"Notwithstanding uncertainty from the NAFTA re-negotiation, Mexico has entered into commercial trade agreements with 43 countries, other than the US and Canada, providing some alternative destinations for Mexican exports," stated Mr. Rubio. "However, as mentioned before, Mexican and foreign investors will be very cautious to commit to invest on large non-strategic projects until the Mexican elections have taken place."
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