This book assesses economic cooperation and industrial integration between the United States and Mexico from the perspective of six specific industries—automobiles, computers, food processing, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, and textiles and apparel.
Table of Contents
1. Economic Outlook in the 1990s: Mexico
2. Industrial Integration Policy: U.S. Perspective
3. Automobiles: U.S. Perspective 4. Petrochemicals: Mexican Perspective
5. Pharmaceuticals: U.S. Perspective
6. Textiles: Mexican Perspective
7. Computers: The U.S.-Mexican Relationship
8. Food: U.S. Perspective
9. Environment: Mexican Perspective
Sidney Weintraub was an economist, foreign service officer, professor, non-fiction author, and novelist. After leaving U.S. government service, he was the Dean Rusk Professor at the University of Texas at Austin, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs (from 1976-1994; emeritus thereafter) and holder of the William E. Simon Chair in Political Economy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C. (from 1994-2011).