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Mar 10, 2014
Mexico’s finance minister Luis Videgaray says growth is on track to hit 3.9% in 2014
minister Luis Videgaray
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What Mexico needs to do is encourage growth at the very basic level. The cost of gasoline is almost 4 dollars a gallon and for a country that has wages of 5 dollars a day, the basics are extremely tough to afford.
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