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Mexico Strengthens International Relationships

By Emilio Aristegui | Wed, 06/15/2022 - 17:20

This week, Mexico’s Minister of Finance chaired the session “Strengthening Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness, and Response for Future Generations.” Mexico also celebrated its trade relationship with China.

Meanwhile, Argentinian fintech Ualá launched an education platform for Mexican and LIP Ventures Boutique's Managing Partner explains the pros and cons of mobile marketing.

Ready? This is the week in finance:

Rogelio Ramírez de la O Calls Countries to “Prepare for the Future”

Rogelio Ramírez de la O, Mexico’s Minister of Finance, participated in the Meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris, where he called for countries to “prepare for the future.” He explained that preparation and the construction of resilient economies are vital for countries around the world, adding that the pandemic, climate change and geopolitical tensions have shocked various supply chains and led to new crises.

Ualá Pours Efforts Towards Financial Education in Mexico

Argentinian fintech committed to Mexico’s financial education by launching its Aula Ualá. “Ualá has been committed to education since its creation, with [Aula Ualá] we seek to generate a virtuous circle that improves people's lives by offering information that serves as a basis for making better financial decisions. We are convinced that Aula Ualá will be a great contribution to our goal of improving the financial inclusion of Mexicans,” said Claudia Trujillo, Brand Manager México, Ualá.

Mexico-China Strengthen Commercial Relations

Global trade has suffered drastic changes and led to the relocation of manufacturing activities to North America. These changes represent an opportunity for Mexico to expand trade with China while attracting new investments.

"This opens spaces for the Mexican government to establish a strategic alliance with the Chinese, especially because of the complementarity they could have in various sectors, including electronics and the automotive sector," said Amapola Grijalva, President, Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Mexico, during the 50th-anniversary celebrations. 

Mobile Marketing Gathers Momentum in Various Markets

Due to its numerous benefits, gaining mobile users is increasingly important for businesses. “Today, the vast majority of internet connections are made from smartphones, which makes internet connection more accessible and opens doors for mobile marketing: a new arm of digital marketing that draws on a series of strategies to promote and position products or services through mobile devices,” explained Mario Nissan, Managing Partner, LIP Ventures Boutique.

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Emilio Aristegui Emilio Aristegui Junior Journalist and Industry Analyst