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Estudios de historia moderna y contemporánea de México

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VILLEGAS REVUELTAS, Silvestre. The Expansion of World Trade and Strategies to Boost Trade During the Government of Manuel González, 1880-1884. Estud. hist. mod. contemp. Mex [online]. 2005, n.29, pp.41-92. ISSN 0185-2620.

A more competitive world that characterized the last two decades of nineteenth century to 1914 obliged Mexico to modernize institutions. The government of Manuel González developed a State policy to promote an intense commercial relationship with the United States and other nations. Frontier issues, the importance of railways, complicate diplomatic negotiations to settle a bilateral commercial treaty and consular information about American markets were conceived as means to encourage Mexican economic expansion.

Keywords : commerce; reciprocity; most favoured nation clause; investments; railways; frontier; institutions; legislation; property; code; Porfirio Díaz; Manuel González; Matías Romero; Frederick Frelinghuysen.

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