The Stability Dividend

The Stability Dividend


It has been 16 years since Mexico began its conversion from an inward-looking, state-dominated economy to an open, market-driven system. Under President Vicente Fox, many promised reforms have fallen by the wayside, yet policy consistency and economic stability have transformed Mexico's capital markets. The country's financial system is unrecognizable from the corrupt system that collapsed in the wake of the December 1994 Tequila Crisis. In the years since, a series of technocratic reforms has allowed the markets to flourish. The Central Bank, which was given independence as part of the reforms, is attempting to keep inflation within its official target range of 2% to 4%

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