Canadian International Council

Canadian International Council

November 29, 2010 10:40 ET

Media Advisory: CIC Holds Mexico Forum to Examine Political and Economic Challenges in That Country Today

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Nov. 29, 2010) - On November 30, the Canadian International Council (CIC) will host a Mexico Forum, in partnership with the Center for Hemispheric Policy at the University of Miami.

This half-day conference will look at the political and economic prospects for Mexico. Leading Mexican, Canadian, and U.S. business leaders, economists and security analysts will gather in Toronto to discuss the critical challenges and opportunities currently facing Mexico in the context of the North American partnership, hemispheric issues, and the changing global power structure.

Featured speakers include: Jeffrey J. Schott, Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics; Washington, D.C.; Jonathan Hausman, Vice-Chair, Canadian Council for the Americas; Vice-President, Alternative Investments and Emerging Markets Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan; Andrew Selee, Director, Mexico Institute, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D.C.; Oscar Sanchez, Senior Economist, Scotiabank, Toronto; and a luncheon address by Alejandro Moreno, Undersecretary of Tourism Operations, Ministry of Tourism, Mexico, D.F.

For more information and the full agenda, visit www.onlinecic.org.

EVENT: 
Mexico Forum
 
DATE:
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
 
TIME:
8:30 A.M. Panel I – Mexico: Political and Economic Outlook
10:15 A.M. Panel II – NAFTA: Looking Beyond Trade
12:00 P.M. Alejandro Moreno, Undersecretary of Tourism Operations, Ministry of Tourism, Mexico, D.F.
 
LOCATION: 
University Club of Toronto
380 University Avenue
Toronto

The Canadian International Council (CIC) is an independent, member-based council established to strengthen Canada's role in international affairs. The CIC reflects the ideas and interests of a broad constituency of Canadians who believe that a country's foreign policy is not an esoteric concern of experts but directly affects the lives and prosperity of its citizens. The CIC uses its deep historical roots, its cross-country network and its active research program to advance debate on international issues across academic disciplines, policy areas and economic sectors. The CIC's research program is managed by the national office in Toronto. Its 15 branches across Canada offer CIC members speakers' programs, study groups, conferences and seminars.

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