Secretariat of Trade and Industrial Development

Mendoza, Herminio Blanco
January 1995
Business Mexico;Special Edition 1995, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p25
Features Mexico's Secretariat of Trade and Development Herminio Blanco Mendoza. Government positions held; Role as treaty peacemaker during the North American Free Trade Agreement conference; Educational background; Role in overseeing the distribution and commercialization of basic consumer goods.


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