Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets

A View from Mexico on a New North American Trade Pact
Latin America

A View from Mexico on a New North American Trade Pact

A new historic agreement to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was recently struck between the United States, Mexico and Canada. In the United States, the new deal is officially called the United States-Mexico-Canada agreement, or USMCA. For Mexico, the Spanish translation has yet to be determined. Franklin Local Asset Management Mexico, Fixed Income team answers some questions about the implications of the new agreement for the country.

Further Reforms Could Lead Latin American Economies to Become Bigger Growth Players
Latin America

Further Reforms Could Lead Latin American Economies to Become Bigger Growth Players

“We think Latin America’s two largest economies, Brazil and Mexico, could continue to benefit from economic growth and reforms… However, we believe further reforms are needed, and upcoming elections in those countries could influence our outlook.” Gustavo Stenzel, Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity