MEXICO

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Mauricio Gonzalez
Former Director of Economic Policy, Finance Ministry
Guillermo Valdes
Former Director, Center of Investigation & National Security
Jesus Reyes Heroles G.G.
Former Secretary of Energy; Ambassador to the U.S.

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Recent Country Insights

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Economics: November data shows further slowing as the country faces new inflation pressures
MEXICO - Report 29 Nov 2021
In recent months indicators have been reflecting a slowing of economic activity relative to the first half of this year, a scenario we had long incorporated into our GDP estimate for full-year 2021. The news published in November only added to that picture. In many respects economic activity c...

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Politics: Progressive militarization – a risk to democracy
MEXICO - Report 29 Nov 2021
There has been growing concern in Mexico over the increasing role of the military in the country’s political life. While in recent decades the military has been called on to play a role in the fight against drug trafficking, historically the army has been politically neutral and its functions lim...

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AMLO decides to strengthen his power over Banxico
MEXICO - In Brief 24 Nov 2021
Facts: The President withdrew former Ministry of Finance's nomination to preside over Banxico’s Board and today he proposed Victoria Martínez, the current undersecretary at the Ministry of Finance in charge of the spending division, for the post. No doubt she will be approved by the Senate before...

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Economics: Tourism and related branches extend gradual recovery but face new hurdles
MEXICO - Report 22 Nov 2021
The most tourism-intense regions of the country and the economic sectors most dependent on the travel and hospitality business continue to mend, but at such a sluggish pace that remains far below pre-pandemic levels of activity. For roughly a decade, tourism served as a major catalyst of construc...

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Politics: Decision to ram through the 2022 spending budget sets the stage for future conflict
MEXICO - Report 22 Nov 2021
The Chamber of Deputies approved November 14, the 2022 federal expenditure budget with 273 votes in favor and 213 opposed. The governing camp introduced only two changes to the administration’s original proposal, which now projects slightly more than 7 trillion pesos in spending, but rejected abs...

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Economics: Pemex and CFE results combine minor gains, continuing risks, and no energy transition
MEXICO - Report 15 Nov 2021
The country’s national oil and electric power companies released their third quarter results just as delegates were starting to assemble in Glasgow for COP26. Positive takeaways from Pemex included an extension of the gradual uptrend in crude production alongside a smattering of new well discover...

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Politics: Violence and public insecurity pose risks of crisis in tourist areas
MEXICO - Report 15 Nov 2021
Crime-fueled violence continues to plague Mexico, with around 3,000 killings per month. With the growth in organized crime and drug cartels, their presence along with the associated violence and killings, has also intensified and spread to different parts of the country. Examples of this progress...

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Economics: Sluggish economic growth and a weak job market for the foreseeable future
MEXICO - Report 08 Nov 2021
The economic activity indicators recently published by Inegi tell an all too familiar tale of the economy’s increasingly lethargic recovery that marks a significant deceleration compared to the rebound experienced during the first half of the year. This week we delve further into the preliminary ...

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Politics: The fight against corruption and the pursuit of justice are among issues still pending under the 4T
MEXICO - Report 08 Nov 2021
Despite the constant barrage of public declarations affirming that the fight against corruption is nothing less than the centerpiece of his governmental program, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has been more talk than action, with results in cases involving high-level officials being extrem...

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