EconomyLuz María de la Mora leaves the Ministry of...

Luz María de la Mora leaves the Ministry of Economy

Almost a week after assuming the ownership of the Ministry of Economy, Raquel Buenrostro has already started with changes in the team and the first to leave the unit is Luz María de la Mora , who served as Undersecretary of Commerce, they confirmed this Thursday sources to Expansion.

De la Mora’s departure occurs in the midst of the disputes that the Mexican government maintains with its counterparts in the US and Canada within the framework of the T-MEC.

José Antonio Salazar Andreu, an academic from the Pan-American University, recently told Expansión that the current international context looks complicated and that Economy has other issues pending, such as the Free Trade Agreements with the European Union and the United Kingdom.

Iván Franco, founder of the consulting firm Triplethree International and analyst at Expansión. He also commented that in López Obrador’s six-year term there has been a “decoupling” of the dependency with the federal government’s strategy.

Who is Luz Maria de la Mora?

De la Mora Sánchez, who arrived at the undersecretary of foreign trade on December 1, 2018. She was head of the units of economic relations and international cooperation and of the coordination of international negotiations of the agency.

He was also representative of Economy before the European Union, in Brussels, Belgium, and alternate representative of Mexico before the Latin American Integration Association (Aladi) in Montevideo, Uruguay.

In addition, she was an economic advisor in the commercial office of Mexico at the Embassy of Mexico in Washington, D.D. and part of the Mexican team that negotiated NAFTA, now T-MEC, and has served as a consultant to the advisory committee of the Bank’s Latin America division. World.

Luz María de la Mora has a degree in International Relations from the Colegio de México (ColMex), a master’s degree from Carleton University, Canada, and a doctorate in Political Science from Yale University.

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