Diplomacy Can Also Solve A Health Crisis
Weekly Roundups
Unity and collaboration have been banners in the fight against COVID-19, and remain so a year into the pandemic.
Mexico, the US to Develop Joint Vaccination Scheme
News Article
Latin America’s lagging vaccination campaigns are leading thousands to the US to get a dose.
Vaccines Supported by Scientific Data, Political Acts
Weekly Roundups
Encouraging vaccination has been key for every government. In Mexico, President López Obrador publicly received his first dose to promote trust.
Vaccination Campaigns Threatened by Side-Effects
Weekly Roundups
After several accusations against the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, immunization campaigns slow down.
Vaccine Controversy: From Side Effects to Application
Weekly Roundups
Vaccination campaigns turned controversial after a video of a simulated vaccine application in Mexico City was shared on social media.
Lazaro Souza
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Lazaro Souza
Mexico Managing Director
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"I am happy to say that my position does not give me the authority to bend any of these anti-corruption standards and principles to anybody’s…
MEF 2021 Day 1 1100 Financing Trends
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Mexico Energy Forum 2021 continues with a panel that addresses the future of financial participation in Mexico’s energy opportunities.
Diversifying Vaccine Manufacturing Hubs for Equal Distribution
Weekly Roundups
As world leaders work to avoid COVID-19 vaccination inequality, some countries introduce traveling measures to stop local outbreaks.
MEF 2021
News Article
Mexico Energy Forum 2021 continues with a panel that addresses the future of financial participation in Mexico’s energy opportunities.
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