This panel serves as a guide on opportunities for investment and doing business between the US and Mexico after the ratification of USMCA on July 1. In this event, business leaders and experts will share their first-hand experience in doing business with the new requirements of the trade agreements and opportunities to strengthen commercial ties between the US and Mexico. Panelists will also share their outlook on the possible economic impact in Mexico of the upcoming US elections.
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Christopher Landau has served as US Ambassador to Mexico since August 2019. He was born in Madrid, Spain, and speaks fluent Spanish. He graduated from Harvard College in 1985, earning a certificate in Latin American studies. He graduated from Harvard Law School in 1989, and thereafter clerked for associate justices Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas of the US Supreme Court. Landau practiced law in Washington, DC, for 30 years. He has argued nine cases in the US Supreme Court and has briefed and argued appeals in all of the US Courts of Appeals.
Jose Zozaya, President of the Mexican Association of Automotive Industry (AMIA)
Claudia Jañez is the President of DuPonT LATAM and President of the Executive Council of Global Enterprises (CEEG). She has over 20 years of experience working for global companies such as Ford Credit, PepsiCo, and General Electric. She was the first woman to be named President of the Executive Council of Global Enterprises (CEEG). In recent years, magazines such as Expansion and Forbes have recognized Jañez as one of the most influential and significant women in business. She is also President of DuPont LATAM. She has a degree in law with a specialty in commerce and finance. She also has a specialty in negotiation from Harvard Law School and an MBA from IPADE.
José María Bermúdez started his career in Dow 30 years ago. Throughout his trajectory in Dow, he has occupied a wide variety of leadership roles in operations and human resources in a variety of the company's business segments such as Construction and Mining. He has a master's in business administration and a master's in quality administration. Bermúdez also serves as President of the National Association of the Chemical Industry (ANIQ).