November 29, 2022

World Affairs – Global Economy – International Policy – Vision and Innovation

China is just catching up with the rest of the developed world and has all the right to expand its relations with Latin America like the rest of the globe, no more Monroe Doctrine or the Mercantilism Time for Latin America.

Latin American countries are opting for diverse international trade, economic and financial relationships and seeking also to learn about different cultures than the ones they inherited from the Europeans.

Since the independence movement and since the mid of the early 19th century, Latin American leaders have been seeking the inclusion of Asians in their economies as a way to reinforce their modernization drive and consolidate their urban population. Brazil and Peru have been in the forefront of such opening and acceptance of Japanese and Chinese citizens to the point that during the second war, Brazil became the target of investigations and surveillance of the Japanese community living mainly in the Sao Paulo State.

In fact, Brazil has been and still is the country who has the largest Japanese community living outside of Japan while Peru had a President of Japanese descent.

Within such historical and cultural ties of Latin America, China actually is renewing and renovating the inheritance of shared common memories that were built by previous generations.

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui

Tate Yoko Research Institute – TRI

Work and Research by Said El Mansour Cherkaoui on Latin America

Université de Lille
Atelier National Reproduction Thèses


Doctoral thesis CHERKAOUI Said El Mansour  – Réf ANRT : 13965


Identifiant BU : 92PA030099 – 403 pages 

Online Publications by Said El Mansour Cherkaoui on Latin America

Latin America and Said El Mansour Cherkaoui

 June 4, 2020  ·  Argentina economic crisis that has left a third of its population in poverty Centre-left opposition candidate Alberto Fernández has been elected president of Argentina in a vote dominated by economic concerns. Mr Fernández secured more than the 45% of the vote needed to win, beating conservative incumbent Mauricio Macri. Raucous crowds gathered at Mr Fernández’s election headquarters to celebrate the result. The vote was … Continue reading

Latin America

Una vez más después del Premio Noble en tiempo real y esta vez como maravilla del mundo virtual, el mismo Hombre de la Izquierda es celebrado por la derecha: Google honró al activista y Premio Nobel Gabriel García Márquez, en lo que hubiera sido su 91º cumpleaños , con un Doodle. Márquez es ampliamente conocido…Lire la Suite →

Amérique Latine: Secteur Informel, Commerce Électronique et Subcapitalisme

Le secteur informel du Pérou, du Brésil, de la Colombie comme au Mexique pour ne citer que les plus en vue, s’était érigé comme une alternative a l’inertie bureaucratique des Etats gouvernés a l’époque par des juntes militaires ou des -bureaucrates-technocratiques dont l’essentiel de la politique était de lutter contre ce qu’ils considéraient la subversion militante des syndicats et des partis représentants les travailleurs et les paysans pauvres.…Lire la Suite →

ERP in Latin America

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) operating in Latin America face major organizational challenges stemming from globalization and shifting corporate paradigms. In a world of change, businesses frequently try to seize new export opportunities, compete with imports in liberalized markets, partner with large multinational firms or attract outside investors or buyers. In such an environment, companies with traditional personalized organizational hierarchies tied to a single owner … Continue reading

Research and Publications CNRS – Paris, France by Said El Mansour Cherkaoui on Brazil

Letter of Recognition by William Glade on my Pionnering and Scholar Research and Publication on the Economic Role of the Brazilian State

Brazil and United States: Renewal of Trade Commitments

★ The United States and Brazil signed three agreements Monday October 19, 2020, they said would expand and deepen their existing trade deal, the latest bonding moment under Presidents Donald Trump and Jair Bolsonaro. The new protocol adds chapters on facilitating trade, regulatory practices and anti-corruption measures. BRASILIA – Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) President and Chairman Kimberly A. Reed today signed a … Continue reading

Ethanol and the US – Brazil Trade

Brazil reintroduces a tax on US ethanol imports. A setback for Donald Trump, who would like to sign up for a second term … Brasilia restored a 20% tariff on US ethanol imports. Washington authorities administration, have put a lot of pressure to maintain a favorable exemption for the US ethanol given the importance this American industry has gained politically and economically. Brazil exempts up … Continue reading

Brazil and Said El Mansour Cherkaoui

الترجمة العربية الدكتور سعيد الشرقاوي المنصور تخرجت من معهد الدراسات المتقدمة في أمريكا اللاتينية وجامعة السوربون ومعهد للبحوث الاقتصادية والتخطيط والعلوم معهد بو للجامعة من غرونوبل. الدكتور الشرقاوي هو أول مغربي قد اتبعت هذا القطاع والانتماء مع CNRS من خلال التخصص الدكتوراه الموازي في مجال البحوث والبحوث رقة نشرت في أمريكا اللاتينية. هذا اللقاء التاريخي…Lire la Suite →

Democracy Revisted in Brazil

Three Heads of State Falling out of Grace in Brazil Global Center for Trade – GLOCENTRA – المركز العالمي للتجارة – Centre Global pour le Commerce Centro Global de Comercio Brazil’s former President Michel Temer was arrested on Thursday [March 19, 2019] in “Operation Radioactivity,” a probe of alleged graft in the construction of a…Lire la Suite →

Brazil: Fading Economic Miracle and Rise of Political Corruption

Political Corruption and Samba Festival in the Alvorada Palace = Petrobras pays corruption settlement Brazilian state-run oil giant Petrobras has agreed to pay a $853.2 million over one of the largest corruption scandals to ever hit Brazil. The settlement will be split between American and Brazilian authorities, both of which investigated the scandal uncovered in 2014 and…Lire la Suite →

Brazil’s Emerging Economic Scandals

Brazil’s Petrobras to pay $853.2 million in penalties September 27, 2018 This morning the DOJ and SEC announced that Petrobras, a Brazilian state-owned and state-controlled energy company, entered into agreements with U.S. and Brazilian authorities “in connection with Petrobras’s role in facilitating payments to politicians and political parties in Brazil, as well as a related Brazilian investigation.”…Lire la Suite →

Reseach and Publication by Said El Mansour Cherkaoui on Mexico and North American Trade Agreement

L’Accord de libre-échange nord-américain (ALÉNA) – Rencontre avec Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas

L’Accord de libre-échange nord-américain (ALÉNA) -Célébration de 30 ans de Considération pour le Mexique – Rencontre avec Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas a Berkeley en Californie, a Paris en France et a Mexico City au Mexique.

Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas Solórzano –  Said El Mansour Cherkaoui​ Celebración de 30 años de interés en México, En la víspera de la firma del Tratado de Libre Comercio entre Estados Unidos, Canadá y México. Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte (TLCAN) – Celebrando 30 Años de Consideración por México – Reunión con Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas en Berkeley, California, París, Francia y Ciudad de México, México.

North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) – Celebrating 30 Years of Consideration for Mexico – Meeting with Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas in Berkeley, California, Paris, France and Mexico City, Mexico.… Continue reading

Research on NAFTA conducted in Mexico and Published by Golden Gate University, San Francisco, California where Dr. Cherkaoui was Adjunct Associate Professor from 1987 to 2005

North American Free Trade Agreement

The North American Free Trade Agreement created a preferential tariff area among the United States, Canada, and Mexico beginning on January 1, 1994. However, the drive for regional economic cooperation had begun as early as 1851 with bilateral free trade negotiations between the United States and Canada. A free trade area involving the United States and all of Latin America was advocated by U.S. secretary … Continue reading

MAFTA – Morocco Free Trade Agreement

Editor: Said El Mansour Cherkaoui, Ph.D. The Morocco Free Trade Agreement (MAFTA) went into effect on January 1, 2006. Under the agreement most Moroccan goods enter the United States duty free and virtually all will enter free by the time it is fully implemented on January 1, 2023. The Morocco FTA does NOT provide a merchandise processing fee (MPF) exemption. Aug 13, 2019 Morocco and United States … Continue reading

Mexico – US – Canada: NAFTA to CUSMA with Said El Mansour Cherkaoui

L’Accord de libre-échange nord-américain (ALÉNA) -Rencontre avec Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas 8/29/2015 – to this date of 5/8/2022 Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas Solórzano –  Said El Mansour Cherkaoui​ [Spanish – English – French] Celebración de 32 años de Said El Mansour Cherkaoui interés en México En la víspera de la firma del Tratado de Libre Comercio entre Estados Unidos, Canadá y México, fui a México, donde continué mi conversación … Continue reading

NAFTA Twenty Years After

NAFTA at 20: One Million U.S. Jobs Lost, Higher Income Inequality By Lori Wallach My New Year’s celebrations this year were haunted by memories of January 1, 1994 — the day that the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) went into effect. I remember crying that day, thinking about the proud men and women in union halls across America, the Mexican campesinos and the inspiring Canadian activists I … Continue reading

NAFTA and Labor

NAFTA Overview and Its Effect on Undocumented Immigration NAFTA stands for the North American Free Trade Agreement and it is a Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA) between the United States, Mexico, and Canada.  A PTA is an agreement between a group of countries to levy low or zero tariffs against imports from members.  NAFTA took effect in January of 1994, and at the time, it was … Continue reading

NAFTA: U.S. and Mexico Preliminary Deal

President Trump said the United States and Mexico would be entering into a new trade deal called the United States-Mexico trade agreement, and that he wanted to get rid of the name of the 24-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement, a crucial step toward revamping a trade pact that has appeared on the brink of collapse during the past year of negotiations. Mr. Trump has … Continue reading

North American Free Trade Agreement

The North American Free Trade Agreement created a preferential tariff area among the United States, Canada, and Mexico beginning on January 1, 1994. However, the drive for regional economic cooperation had begun as early as 1851 with bilateral free trade negotiations between the United States and Canada. A free trade area involving the United States…Lire la Suite →

US-Mexico-Canada Agreement

Why the big push for NAFTA if the promised gains were so modest and uncertain? Some of the explanation centers on the indirect benefits the United States could expect to derive from the Mexican prosperity predicted to result from its recent liberalization–if NAFTA could make it permanent. Even if NAFTA created no net trade increases…Lire la Suite →

Immigration and North American Market

CROSS THE BORDER WITH TACO BELL NO CROSSING THE WALL WITH SMART DETECTORS Climbing the Wall and the Van of the Migra: Border US-Mexico The issue of immigration was not tackled, reduced or resolved neither with the Bracero Program, the Maquiladoras, the opening of the Mexican Economy and its complete liberalization and privatization, and the…Lire la Suite →

China and Costa Rica

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