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Two Economic Indicators in Mexico

With the global economic crisis still dominating headlines following inconclusive results from Davos, I’d like to focus on two effects on Mexico’s economy. One indicator is remittances.  Worldwide, remittances bring in several times more money than foriegn aid.  In Mexico, these bring in the second-largest amount of foreign money after oil.  In 2008, remittances slowed […]

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