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How will Mexico’s election affect nearshoring prospects?

The policies of the Mexican presidential frontrunner, Claudia Sheinbaum, would provide a more supportive environment for the nearshoring of manufacturing supply chains. But we doubt that she’ll carry out the wholesale economic reforms needed to reap the full benefits of this opportunity. In any case, Mexico’s nearshoring prospects hinge to a greater extent on developments north of the border.

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