In 2010, the bicentennial commemoration of Mexico's transformation against Spain, Mexican President Felipe Calderon trusted he could coordinate a few pivotal changes that Mexico required. Mexico had not developed much through the span of the most recent decade, losing intensity to China and other Asian nations. A few of its organizations, including work, training, social insurance, vitality, and antitrust, appeared to be uncompetitive. In any case, with a weaker peso and more noteworthy administrative thoughtfulness regarding framework, Calderon trusted that Mexico's higher-tech fares could recover U.S. piece of the pie and make progress in Europe and Latin America.
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