Global Cities Initiative - Mexico City

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Presented by Bruce Katz, vice president of the Brookings Institution, at the Global Cities Initiative annual international forum, Mexico City, November 14 2013.

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Global Cities Initiative - Mexico City

  1. 1. GLOBAL CITIES INITIATIVE A JOINT PROJECT OF BROOKINGS AND JPMORGAN CHASE @bruce_katz #globalcities Mexico City, MX / November 14, 2013
  2. 2. Marcello Salinas/MCT
  3. 3. 1 2 3 1 North America is a competitive economic platform
  4. 4. U.S. International Trade NAFTA vs. BRICS, Japan, Korea, 2011 $1.18 tn Mexico $1.17 tn South Africa Russia India Brazil Korea Japan Canada China
  5. 5. Share of U.S. Value in Imports to the United States 40% 25% 2% European Union 4% China Canada Mexico
  6. 6. Advanced Industries Pharmaceuticals Aerospace Advanced Machinery Motor Vehicles & Parts Medical & Precision Instruments Computer & Electronic Devices
  7. 7. Advanced Industries Goods trade within North America Pharmaceuticals Aerospace Advanced Machinery 47% Motor Vehicles & Parts Medical & Precision Instruments Computer & Electronic Devices
  8. 8. Advanced Industries Exports beyond North America Pharmaceuticals Aerospace Advanced Machinery Motor Vehicles & Parts Medical & Precision Instruments Computer & Electronic Devices 30%
  9. 9. NHrbtthAAanceeInruistaea o urs of Av md rdicc s e etoos MMtrMrtrNas o d ri o e e Integrated Goods Trad vanced Industries and bs of Ad Cities and Metros as Hu Cities and
  10. 10. 1 2 3 2 Cities and metropolitan areas are the engines of the North American economy
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  12. 12. North American Metros Share of Continental Totals 86% 77% Population GDP
  13. 13. North America’s Metro Areas and Advanced Industries Metro Share of Total Production 87% 77% Population Advanced Industry Production 80% Motor Vehicles 87% 90% 90% 91% Medical Devices Computer & Electronics Pharma Aerospace
  14. 14. Metros and Advanced Industries Metro Share of Total Production Mexico Canada United States Advanced Industry Production Motor Vehicles Aerospace
  15. 15. Metros and Advanced Industry Trade Metro Share of Continent 97% 87% 85% Advanced Industry Production Trade 77% Population Advanced Industry Trade
  16. 16. Automotive Detroit Oshawa Toronto London Windsor Source: Brookings analysis of EDR data; values for 2010
  17. 17. Automotive Detroit Toronto Kansas City Monterrey Aguascalientes Puebla Source: Brookings analysis of EDR data; values for 2010
  18. 18. Aerospace Seattle Montreal Toronto Los Angeles Guaymas Wichita Chihuahua Source: Brookings analysis of EDR data; values for 2010
  19. 19. Aerospace Seattle Montreal Source: Brookings analysis of EDR data; values for 2010
  20. 20. Aerospace Seattle Montreal Source: Brookings analysis of EDR data; values for 2010
  21. 21. Mexico City, MX Metro Goods Trade Dashboard Trade with United States AI Share of North American International Trade $55.9 billion 56% 50% Mexico Top Metro Trading Partners Mexico City, MX Top Traded Advanced Industries millions USD millions USD Los Angeles $2,180 San Francisco $1,554 San Jose $2,147 Dallas $1,384 Houston $2,140 Detroit $1,082 New York $1,862 Philadelphia $785 Chicago $1,727 Boston $750 $13,446 Source: Brookings analysis of EDR data $11,479 $6,421 El ec tro ni cs M ac hi ne r Ch y em ic $5,006 $4,768 al Au to m s ot iv En er e gy
  22. 22. Electronics Boston Chicago San Jose $5.4 billion Mexico City’s bilateral trade in electronics, top 10 flows Dallas Los Angeles Mexico City Source: Brookings analysis of EDR data; values in millions USD
  23. 23. 1 2 3 3 Cities and states have a central role to play in trade and investment
  24. 24. A federal platform for North America trade
  25. 25. Better enable goods movement at border Continue ongoing trade negotiations Align regulations and customs procedures Pursue continental approach to FDI
  26. 26. Set a Vision
  27. 27. Metropolitan Business Planning Seattle Portland MinneapolisSt. Paul Chicago Louisville Los Angeles Phoenix Syracuse Northeast Ohio Memphis
  28. 28. Market Assessment Metropolitan Business Planning Economic Profile 15% 12% 13% 9% Target Sectors 8% 9% 12% Establish Goals & Strategies Double exports Support key sectors Increase global fluency Boost SME exports Collaborate to Compete Firms Universities Government Philanthropy
  29. 29. Metropolitan Business Planning Clusters Identified: aerospace and defense, electronics, energy, IT & telecommunications Increase Innovation Boost Metropolitan Exports Phoenix
  30. 30. Set a Vision Invest in What Matters
  31. 31. Ontario Collaboration Voucher Program Innovation Human Capital Infrastructure Innovation & Productiv ity Commercializa tion of Innovation E-Busines s Industry Association Challenge
  32. 32. National Aeronautic University Querétaro Innovation Human Capital Infrastructure
  33. 33. Innovation Human Capital Infrastructure Portland Region Westside Freight Access Analysis
  34. 34. Innovation Human Capital Infrastructure Portland Region Westside Freight Access Analysis
  35. 35. Set a Vision Invest in What Matters Network Globally
  36. 36. Mexico City Chicago
  37. 37. Watch on YouTube
  38. 38. GLOBAL CITIES INITIATIVE A JOINT PROJECT OF BROOKINGS AND JPMORGAN CHASE @bruce_katz #globalcities Mexico City, MX / November 14, 2013
  39. 39. Metropolitan Policy Program at BROOKINGS

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