Herminio Alonso Blanco Mendoza
Herminio Alonso Blanco Mendoza, former Mexican government official.
Mendoza, Herminio Alonso Blanco was born on July 25, 1950 in Chihuahua, Mexico.
Bachelor in Economics, Monterrey Institute of Technology, Mexico, 1971. Student, University Colorado, 1972. Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, University Chicago, 1978.
Research assistant University Chicago, 1975-1978. Senior advisor, Ministry of Finance Government Mexico, 1978-1980. Professor economics Rice University, Houston, 1980-1985.
Visiting professor College Mexico, 1980. Researcher Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1981. Senior advisor to President of Mexico Government Mexico, 1985—1988, undersecretary for International Trade Negotiations and Foreign Trade, Ministry of Commerce and Industrial Development, undersecretary of foreign trade, 1988—1990, deputy coordinator, Foreign Trade Commission of the PRIs Institute for Economic and Political Studies, 1990, chief negotiator, North American Free Trade Agreement, 1990—1993, undersecretary, International Trade Negotiations, 1993—1994, former secretary of commerce and industrial development.
Researcher Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1981. Chairman Prodor South Carolina (Programas de Desarrollo Regional Sustentable, Mexico.