Paulo Carreño discusses Mexico’s efforts to reform the NAFTA trade agreement with the USA and Canada, and looks at the implications of this repositioning on its relations with other trade partners.
Paulo Carreño is the Chief Executive Officer of ProMéxico, the country’s trade and investment agency. Before, he was Undersecretary for North America, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He also worked in the Office of the President, in charge of strengthening the image of Mexico abroad. Earlier in his career, Mr. Carreño was Executive Director for Communications and Institutional Relations at Grupo Financiero Banamex and spokesperson for Citigroup in Mexico. From 2001 to 2007, he was Founding Partner and Chief Executive Officer of his own lobbying and strategic communications firm. He is visiting professor of law at the Instituto de Administración Pública and at the Universidad Iberoamericana. Paulo Carreño holds a Master’s Degree in Public International Law from Leiden University and a Bachelor Degree from the Universidad Iberoamericana.Back to programme
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