Chapter 9: Labour and migration policies under Vicente Fox: subordination to US economic and geopolitical interests

Wise, Raúl Delgado
January 2004
Mexico in Transition: Neoliberal Globalism, the State & Civil So;2004, p138
Book Chapter
Chapter 9 of the book "Mexico in Transition: Neoliberal Globalism: the State and Civil Society" is presented. It explores the nature of trade between Mexico and the United States under the aegis of neoliberalism. It also highlights the attention given to the particular dialectic that has arisen in that context between the country's export growth and international migration as well as the content and scope of the migration issues on the bilateral agenda.


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