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Federico Estevez

Political Scientist

Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México

Email: f***@***.mx

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Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México

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The Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) is a private, non-denominational, non-profit Mexican institution of higher education. Its mission is to contribute to the comprehensive education of students and to the development of a more free, more just a...more

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Employment History

Political Analyst

Mexico City


Politics Professor

Institute of Technology


Web References(199 Total References)


Mexico Considers Retaliation Should U.S. Withdraw From NAFTA | Texas Standard

www.texasstandard.org [cached]

"It's the chilling effect on investment," said Federico Estévez, a political scientist at Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de Mexico, a leading Mexican university whose alumni line the halls of power in Mexico.
"We've basically turned into an industrial economy on the basis of NAFTA. NAFTA took effect Jan. 1, 1994, aiming to remove many tariffs and integrate major sectors of the economies of Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. "It's going to have to be Mexico first, more self-reliant," Estévez said. He said Trump's victory is prompting some strident voices in Mexico, particularly on the left, to double down on their own nationalist goals, which include reducing economic dependence on the U.S.


www.finddiscount.org

For the debate, the PRI has managed expectations by doing little to dispel claims that Pena Nieto is "just a pretty boy with an empty head" who relies on a teleprompter, said Federico Estevez, a political scientist at the private ITAM University.
"Which means that heading into the debate, I think all Pena Nieto has to do is hold his own," said Estevez. Polls have shown Lopez Obrador closing on Vazquez Mota and the passionate orator could offer some of the liveliest attacks on rivals during the exchanges, said Estevez at ITAM.


KRTS 93.5 FM Marfa Public Radio | Radio For A Wide Range | Page 2

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"It's the chilling effect on investment," said Federico Estévez, a political scientist at Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de Mexico, a leading Mexican university whose alumni line the halls of power in Mexico.
"We've basically turned into an industrial economy on the basis of NAFTA. NAFTA took effect Jan. 1, 1994, aiming to remove many tariffs and integrate major sectors of the economies of Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. "It's going to have to be Mexico first, more self-reliant," Estévez said. He said Trump's victory is prompting some in Mexico, particularly on the left, to double down on their own nationalist goals, which include reducing economic dependence on the U.S.


Eurasia Group

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"Calderón is better placed than Madrazo to come up into a solid second place," said Federico Estevez, a political scientist for Mexico City's ITAM university, arguing that the PAN is not as weakened as some assume."The odds are that López Obrador will continue with a two-digit lead," said Mr Estevez.


Mexico-Business-Politics, Bgt

www.recorder.ca [cached]

They have a front-running candidate they don't really know and don't really trust," said Federico Estevez, a political scientist at Mexico City's ITAM university.


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