On the evening of Sept. 19, the hashtag #FuerzaMexico (#MexicoStrong) took off across the internet after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck Central Mexico. Mexicans raced to the scene of disaster and lined up to help incessantly for the next few weeks. Videos of their collective spirit took over the media – the world was astonished. Such scenes did not come as surprise for Mexicans, whose heritage of resilience supports most aspects of our lives – from facing internal injustices to dealing with external political threats.
Kansas City Southern deals with making America great again and the NAFTA renegotiation process.
General Motors faces President Trump’s ire for its globalized supply chain. Yet Trump’s “America FirsT” NAFTA renegotiations will only worsen the situation for American jobs.
Isolationist trade policies threaten to disrupt the supply chain of U.S. auto manufacturers such as Ford.
In the face of isolationism, how will Driscoll's continue to supply berries to anti-oxidant hungry Americans?
Constellation Brands produces some of the most famous Mexican beers in the world. Its Mexican beer portfolio, comprised of Corona, Pacifico, and Modelo, brings in the lion’s share of revenue for the $42.5B market cap business and is produced and packaged within Mexico. Under the Trump administration, the United States faces major changes to terms of trade with other countries. What do potential border tariffs and NAFTA renegotiations mean for Constellation, a U.S.-based conglomerate with a Mexican-based supply chain that brings in 52.6% of the company’s revenue?
Americans enjoy berries year-round in large part due to Driscoll’s presence in Mexico. How will this change if NAFTA renegotiations lead to an increase in Mexican import prices?
The US auto industry is bracing for changes in trade policy that will ripple through North-American supply chains, affecting both the wallets of domestic consumers and the future of company employees.
Delphi, along with other auto industry players and the communities in which they operate, is being threatened by isolationist movements throughout the world (e.g., Brexit, NAFTA renegotiation/termination)
Ford should continue manufacturing cars in Mexico–despite Trump's insistence to stop–in order to remain cost-competitive and relevant.