July 12, 2018 |
Fitch Ratings has alerted Mexican financial institutions of the potential negative effects that a protracted NAFTA negotiation can bring, calculating under a present scenario that growth in the country's overall credit portfolio could slow down to grow 8% to 10% this year.
President-elect Lopez Obrador pledged to keep key elements of economic policy, such as the Central Bank’s independence, a floating exchange rate and inflation targeting monetary policy in place. But Fitch said it was not yet c
Rating agency says prolonged negotiations can hinder investor and consumer confidence