Video de la visita del Primer Ministro Reinfeldt al país

7a Cumbre de Líderes de América del Norte

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Infografías sobre Davos

Proméxico Newsletter: Energy Reform

Conferencia: Cobertura Nacional de Salud

La Secretaria de Salud de México, Mercedes Juan, participó en la Conferencia Internacional “Hacia la Cobertura Universal de Salud”, celebrada en Lima, Perú.

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First High Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation


Mexico: The Automobile Industry's New Mecca

The Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter recently published an article examining Mexico's growing automotive sector:

Mexico is the automobile industry’s new favorite country. Some are calling it “the China of the Western world.” During the next few years, car manufacturers from the United States, Germany, and Japan will invest the equivalent of over 70 billion Swedish crowns in new car-making factories throughout the country. Some of the reasons for this fast expansion include Mexico’s strong base of sub-contractors, relatively low wages and the existing free trade agreements which the country enjoys...

Read the article in Swedish here.


100 Years of Octavio Paz


Mexico mourns renown Mexican philosopher Luis Villoro

Mexico Takes Over Berlin

From March 4th to 9th, Mexico is the official partner country of the Berlin International Tourism Fair. For five days, Mexico is the meeting point at ITB, which serves as host to hundreds of travel representatives from all over the world.


North American Leaders' Summit

The North American Leaders' Summit is the annual forum at the highest level between Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. This year it will be held in Toluca, in the State of Mexico, under the theme "North America in the 21st Century, building the most competitive and dynamic region."

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Gabriel Orozco Exhibition at Moderna Museet

"Natural Motion," 14th February - 4th May

Gabriel Orozco is one of the most widely recognized artists of his generation, who has become a key figure in understanding the contemporary art world. His work will be exhibited at the Moderna Museet Stockholm from the 14th February to the 4th May.

Orozco's oeuvre paved the way for a new form of conceptualism which embraces both deep contemplation and precise craftsmanship.

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Mexico in Davos

President Enrique Peña Nieto is attending the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on January 23rd and 24th, which will focus on "Redesigning the world: Implications for society, politics and business."

Read more about Mexico's participation in the W.E.F. here.

The Nuclear Threat

Editorial by Juan Manuel Gómez Robledo

Mr. Gómez Robledo is the Vice-Minister for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


25 years of CONACULTA

5 National Goals for Art and Culture in 2014

In order to extend the access of all Mexicans to various creative and intellectual manifestations, the axes of the special program of culture and art have been harmonized in each one of the five great national goals that the Government has set:

1. Making culture a means of cohesion, social inclusion and the prevention of violence.

2. Protect the country’s cultural heritage with decent infrastructure accessible to all, thereby promoting an Inclusive Mexico.

3. Promote universal access to culture, its goods and services, to contribute to people’s education and integral training to achieve a Mexico with Quality Education.

4. Mobilize cultural resources and stimulate creativity, to increase the economic potential of culture and promote creative industries in the consolidation of a Prosperous Mexico.

5. In exercising our Global Responsibility, to increase cultural tourism.

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Financial Reform Enacted in Mexico

On January 9th, President Peña Nieto enacted the Financial Reform, which lays the foundation for the improvement of the efficiency of Mexico’s financial system.

The main objective of the Financial Reform is that Mexicans and enterprises have access to products and services that meet their needs at competitive price in order to transform Mexico.


XXV Reunion of Ambassadors and Consuls

"The world should know what Mexico is doing in order to reach new and better horizons”
President Peña Nieto

“It is in your power to inform the world about what Mexico is doing to reach new and better horizons,” said the President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, encouraging ambassadors and consuls of the country to “be the engine and the voice of a dynamic Mexico, of a Mexico that’s progressing and transforming itself.”

At the inauguration of the XXVth edition of the Reunion of Ambassadors and Consuls, Chancellor José Antonio Meade Kuribeña called upon the Mexican diplomats to promote throughout the world the reforms that the government of Enrique Peña Nieto has instituted for this year, which will vigorously propel Mexico in the global economy.

By presenting the three main priorities for Mexican diplomacy during 2014, the Secretary of Foreign Affairs also urged Ambassadors and Consuls to consolidate Mexico as a relevant international player and an engine for global growth. The Secretary also called for actions which will further international cooperation by our country.

Energy Reform Approved

As a result of teamwork and our valuable plurality, the Senate and the House of Representatives passed the Energy Reform. The Energy Reform, along with other, complementary transformative reforms, will be the basis for Mexico to achieve more rapid, sustained, and sustainable economic growth over the next few years and decades.

As a result of this decision, Mexico will become a global energy reference: we will make better use of our vast energy resources that were previously technically and economically impossible to exploit. Hundreds of thousands of high-level jobs for Mexican engineers, technicians and specialists who will be internationally competitive will be created. Clean, renewable energy use will be promoted and multiplied; most importantly, oil reserves and oil revenues will remain the exclusive property of the nation.

PEMEX and CFE will continue acting as levers of national development; they will remain public companies with 100% Mexican ownership. Energy Reform strengthens national sovereignty, increases the country’s energy security and will allow us to have enough energy for more businesses to set up in Mexico and thus create new jobs.

Sweden's Prime Minister Visits Mexico

The Primer Minister of Sweden, Mr. Fredrik Reinfeldt, will pay a visit to Mexico on September 26 and 27,where he will meet with President Enrique Peña Nieto.

English Language Press Release.

Foreign Affairs Office Press Release (Spanish).

Mexico in the UN

Mexico's Position Paper at the Sixty-Eighth Session of the United Nations General Assembly

Read it here.


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