jueves, 19 de febrero de 2015

Not only did Banco de Mexico reduce its growth forecast...

Yesterday, Mexico's central bank cut its projection for this year by half a percentage point, to 2.5% - 3.5%.

More telling was the concluding paragraph of the summary of the bank's quarterly analysis, which baldly stated that macroeconomic stability isn't enough to improve societal well-being. "Adequate implementation of structural reforms is indispensable" if Mexico is to be more competitive and productive and the domestic economy, a more important motor of growth.

The eye-opener was the Bank's ringing endorsement of the rule of law: "It is of the greatest importance to work on the institutional transformation of the country, in order to build a more solid rule of law and create greater judicial certainty for society." 

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