This analysis piece —co-authored by Jerry Haar, a business professor at Florida International University, and John Price, Managing Director of Americas Market Intelligence — explains what we can expect from Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), the newly elected president of Mexico. Here is an excerpt from the piece, which was published in the Miami Herald in July 2018:
Fed up with corruption, frustrated by the violence of organized crime, and humiliated by the rhetoric of its gringo neighbor, Mexico is ready to experiment with a leftist president. But can López Obrador deliver the changes voters expect of him? The simple answer is “no.” AMLO will neither destroy the prowess of Mexico’s private sector nor rescue the country from its greatest ails—corruption, insecurity and inequality.
Read the full article here.