Tatiana Clouthier, Deputy Coordinator of Morena in the Chamber of Deputies, was proposed by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to occupy the post of the Ministry of Economy.
In turn, the current Secretary of the Economy, Graciela Márquez, was proposed as a new member of the governing board of the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi), a position that will have to be ratified by the Senate.
The Ministry of Economy, through the Permanent Mission of Mexico to the World Trade Organization (WTO), is the body in charge of representing the country before the Organization.
Likewise, in other of its functions, customs procedures in Mexico are governed by the Customs Law and its Regulations, by the General Rules of Foreign Trade, published every year by the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP), and by a Agreement of the Ministry of Economy.
Lastly, the Foreign Trade Law and its regulations continue to regulate the imposition of non-tariff measures. The Executive has the power to impose said measures to regulate merchandise trade, through agreements issued by the Ministry of Economy or jointly with the corresponding authority, and published in the Official Gazette of the Federation.
Tatiana Clouthier is a Master of Public Administration from UANL and a BA in English from ITESM.
She has been updated with various courses in Education, Didactics, Human Rights and Participation and Citizenship.
The current legislator took the course in Political Project Management at The Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University.
Likewise, she was certified by the National Strategy Information Center in “Culture of Legality”.
In 2007 and 2014, Tatiana Clouthier participated at Harvard in the Governance and Challenges workshops for Mexico.
Mexican Evolution A.C. as founder and Counselor in 2009, an NGO that promotes Citizen Participation, Accountability and Democracy.
Red Cívica, NGO dedicated to preventing Corruption.
National Institute of Women 2000-2003 as counselor.
Citizens in Support of Human Rights in Nuevo León.
Council of Education and Gender in the Sec. Of Education in Nuevo León 1998-2000.
San Angel Group 1994.
Lecturer in Berkley, California and Viña del Mar on the topic of Citizen Participation.
Club Correcaminos AC in the 80s.
Professional Participation of Tatiana Clouthier:
Director of High School of the Metropolitan University of Monterrey.
Co-editor of the Workbook on Culture of Legality at the UMM.
Article writer in the newspaper El Financiero Zona Noreste, Reporte indigo, Periódico Noroeste.
Contributor to Playes of Life Magazine from 2010 to 2014.
Former Candidate for Mayor of San Pedro through the citizenry in 2009.
Federal deputy during the 59th Legislature.
Professor of English as a Second Language, Socioeconomic Structures Mexico and History of Mexico at the Upper Middle level and Citizen Participation and Ethics in digital media at the postgraduate level.
Professor for one year in the subject of Ethics in Digital Media at master’s level.
Founding Partner of the translation business (1986-1990).
She worked in the public function at the municipal level in San Pedro as Director of Human Settlements 3 years, Education and Sports 3 years and 2 in Serv. Primary.
At the State Government level, she worked in the Ministry of Education of N.L. for 4 years.
INM delegate to the World Summit on Sustainable Development in South Africa in 2002.
Coordinator in campaign Sinaloa 1992. Army for Democracy and Electoral Observation.
Tatiana Clouthier has written four books:
“Chronicle of an announced fraud” in co-edition with Jesús Cantú and Cuahutémoc Rivera in 1992, “Maquío Mi Padre”, “Curul 206, a vision of Congress” in 2006 and in 2017 Couples Couples with Valeria Guerra.