Where are the United States and Mexican economies headed next year and into 2014? Curious about US-Mexican economic relations? This interesting and important topic will be addressed by school faculty member Dr. Thomas Payne at the school’s fourth annual economic forum to be held in Monterrey, Mexico on December 5, 2012.
The forum will be attended by bankers and business leaders in northern Mexico and south Texas. Bankers presently enrolled in the school as well as graduates will be well represented at the program. Many in the banking and financial sectors have an increasing interest in the US- Mexican economic relations, as Mexico is the third largest trading partner with the US.
Trade between the United States and Mexico is extremely important to both economies. As the U.S. economy slowly recovers from the recession, foreign trade can play an important role.
For more information about the program, simply click here or contact Don Woodland at the Graduate School of Banking at LSU at 225-766-8595. The presentations will be in English.