Mexico is positioned to pull off a change in presidential leadership without plunging into a lengthy monetary collapse again. The U.S.'s second largest trading partner has fallen into a financial abyss during the previous four presidential elections. But it shouldn't this time, thanks to an impressive economic security strategy organized by outgoing President Ernesto Zedillo and a country oozing with optimism as the 71-year reign of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) gets set to ...
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