Eugenio Anguiano Roch (1938), graduated in economics from UNAM, he has postgraduate studies at the British universities of Leeds and Sussex. Fellow of the Center for International Studies at Harvard University. He worked in the Ministries of Finance and Public Credit and Foreign Affairs (1961-1994). Ambassador of Mexico in Costa Rica, China (twice), Argentina, Austria and Brazil. Permanent Representative of Mexico in the United Nations-Vienna; Member of the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Organization; substitute representative of Mexico in the Security Council of the UN. Professor and researcher at El Colegio de México (1994-2008), director of his Center of Asian and African Studies, and coordinator of the APEC Studies Program. He was an associate professor at the Center for Economic Research and Teaching from 2009 to 2017. He is a member of the Center for China-Mexico Studies at the School of Economics in the UNAM. Co-author of several books, the most recent: International Financial Markets, Faculty of Economics, 2012. China from the Xia to the People's Republic (2070 a.C.-1949), co-authorship with Ugo Pipitone, CIDE, 2012.