Free Markets and Price Stability: Opportunities for Mexico
Mexico has been making important progress on several economic fronts, moving toward less inflation, increased reliance on privately owned capital and companies, and greater integration of its economy with those of other nations. At times of transition such as this, there are many choices to be made. There is also less resistance to change. That puts Mexico in a position to select policies and shape institutions that will affect its prosperity for decades to come.
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