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Mexican Economic Policy Under Pena Nieto

On July 1, the citizens of Mexico elected Enrique Pena Nieto as their next president.  Pena Nieto, who will take office in December 2012, has promised a series of reforms that have the potential to boost Mexico's economy, if he can secure enough political support from within his own party and the main opposition to pass them into law.

Posted by: Patrick FearonCategory:Mexican Economy, Economic Growth, Fiscal Policy, Regulatory Policy, Competitiveness, Property Rights and Policy, Special Reports, Leave Comment

OPIC Supports Property Registry Bond

On Wednesday, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) said it would partner with a U.S. bond-guarantee firm to support 2.765 billion pesos of bonds financing a Mexican state's effort to upgrade its property registry system.

Posted by: Patrick FearonCategory:Mexican Economy, Property Rights and Policy, Leave Comment

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