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Herminio A. Blanco

President

SSA Mexico

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SSA Mexico

Mexico

Company Description

SSAM is a leading terminal operator in Mexico, with operations in five ports throughout the country. In Manzanillo, SSAM operates the only dedicated container terminal, handling more than 60% of the total container volume of the port. In Veracruz, SSAM operate...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

LATIN AMERICAN EXPORT BANK


Affiliations

Trilateral Commission

Member


iQom

Founder and President


Banco Latinoamericano de Exportaciones , S.A.

Board Member


Cydsa SA

Board Member


International Advisory Committee of Mitsubishi Corporation

Member


Banorte

Board Member


U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Board Member


Arcelor Mittal Steel U.S.

Board Member


National Chamber Foundation

Board Member


Mitsubishi Corporation

Member of the Advisory Boards


ArcelorMittal SA

Board Member


BLADEX

Board Member


Commerce

Mexican Secretary


Council of Economic Advisors

Member


National Council for Deregulation of Mexico

Secretary of Trade and Industry of Mexico, Chairman


BootStudio

Board Member


International Trade and Negotiations of the Ministry of Trade and Industry of Mexico

Under Secretary


Education

B.A.

Economics

Instituto Tecnológico de


M.A.

University of Chicago


Ph.D.

Economics

University of Chicago


bachelor's degree

economics

Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey


Web References(160 Total References)


Cordell Hull Institute: Board of Directors

cordellhullinstitute.org [cached]

Dr HERMINIO BLANCO: Chairman, Consultoria Soluciones Estrategicas, international economic consultants, Mexico City; former Mexican Secretary of Commerce and Industry


Board of Directors Biographies | Bladex

www.bladex.com [cached]

Herminio A. Blanco has served as Director of our Board since 2004.
Dr. Blanco is the founder and CEO of Soluciones Estratégicas Consultoría, in Mexico City. Dr. Blanco has been the Chairman of IQOM, a consulting corporation and a daily analytical electronic newspaper specializing in international trade in Latin America since 2005. He has been a member of the Advisory Board of SSA Mexico since 2008. Dr. Blanco has served on the boards of Banorte and CYDSA since 2006, the United States Chamber of Commerce Foundation since 2005 and Arcelor Mittal Steel U.S. since 2004. He has been a member of the International Advisory Committee of Mitsubishi Corporation and the Trilateral Commission since 2000. He was the Secretary of Trade and Industry of Mexico from 1994 to 2000, the Undersecretary for International Trade and Negotiations from 1993 to 1994 and Mexico's Chief Negotiator of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) from 1990 to 1993. Dr. Blanco was one of the three members of the Council of Economic Advisors to the President of Mexico from 1985 to 1988. In addition, he was responsible for the negotiation of the Mexico-European Union and Mexico and the European Free Trade Area free trade agreements and various other free trade agreements with Latin American countries and with Israel. Dr. Blanco also contributed to the launching of negotiations for the free trade agreement with Japan. He was Assistant Professor of Economics at Rice University, in Houston, Texas from 1980 to 1985. Dr. Blanco served as senior advisor to the Finance Minister of Mexico from 1978 to 1980.


Cordell Hull Institute: News

www.cordellhullinstitute.org [cached]

HERMINIO BLANCO, Chairman of Consultoria Soluciones Estrategicas (SOL.ES) in Mexico City, was Mexicos Secretary of Commerce and Industry in 1994-2000, having been Under Secretary for International Trade Negotiations (1993-94), chief NAFTA negotiator (1990-93) and Under Secretary for International Trade (1988-90).
Besides NAFTA, Dr Blanco oversaw the negotiations on Mexicos free trade agreements with Latin American countries, EFTA and the European Union. In 1985-88 he was one of the three members of the Council of Economic Advisors to the President of Mexico.


Cordell Hull Institute: Board of Directors

www.cordellhullinstitute.org [cached]

· Dr HERMINIO BLANCO: Chairman, Consultoria Soluciones Estrategicas, international economic consultants, Mexico City; former Mexican Secretary of Commerce and Industry


Cordell Hull Institute: News

www.cordellhullinstitute.org [cached]

Key aspects will be address-ed: Hugh Corbet on EU reluctance to liberalize agricultural trade, Robert L. Thompson on the U.S. stakein opening markets worldwide, Herminio Blanco on the costs of failure, Andrew Stoeckel on the obstacles to progress and Harald Malmgren on whats required for a successful outcome even if it takes longer.
HERMINIO BLANCO, Chairman of Consultoria Soluciones Estrategicas (SOL.ES) in Mexico City, was Mexicos Secretary of Commerce and Industry in 1994-2000, having been Under Secretary for International Trade Negotiations (1993-94), chief NAFTA negotiator (1990-93) and Under Secretary for International Trade (1988-90). In 1985-88, Dr Blanco was one of three members of the Council of Economic Advisors to the President of Mexico, having served in 1978-80 as Senior Adviser to the Minister of Finance.


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