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Saving Globalization: Two Decades Into Nafta, Mexico's Wins Range From Tacos to Engineers

Former Finance Minister Pedro Aspe says the right policies can ensure everyone is better off from globalization

Globalization is under fire in some developed economies. But in parts of the Americas voters are embracing leaders looking to deepen integration and trade. Bloomberg Benchmark is publishing a series of conversations with regional thought-leaders on the topic of globalization. Pedro Aspe was finance minister when Mexico signed Nafta, and is currently the Chairman of Evercore Partners Inc. in Mexico. Bloomberg's Craig Torres conducted the interview, which was condensed.

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