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Mexican officials defend reforms - Video

Mar 7, 2014

VIDEO: Leading Mexican officials, including finance minister Luis Videgaray, head of public credit Alejandro Díaz de León, and Pemex treasurer Rodolfo Campos, hit back at mounting domestic criticism that the benefits of last year's historic reforms are slow to be seen



See other coverage from LatinFinance's 9th Cumbre Financiera Mexicana in Mexico City:

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Investors impatient for Mexican progress, Banxico urges patience
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