This book explores the elements of inherent conflict and desirable cooperation between Mexico and U.S. that approach their industrial sectors from different philosophic vantages. It explores ways to foster cooperation in the industrial arena and to reduce the damaging effects of existing policy.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Industrial Strategy 1. Introduction 2. Industrial Policy in the United States 3. The New Industrialization Strategy in Mexico for the Eighties 4. Industrial Strategy in the United States and the Impact on Mexico Part 2: Industry Studies 5. The Petrochemical Industry in Mexico 6. The Mexican Iron and Steel Industry 7. Steel in Transition: Prospects for the U.S. and Mexican Industries 8. The U.S. Motor Vehicle Industry: Emerging Trends and Impacts on Mexico Part 3: The Border Region 9. Industry on the Northern Border of Mexico 10. Industry on the Southern Border of the United States Part 4: Complementation and Conflict 11. A United States View 12. A Mexican View