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Latin America Documents | 12 September. 2016 Mexico's 2017 Budget Proposals Signal Fiscal Discipline
The Mexican government last week unveiled its 2017 fiscal budget proposal. The plan makes clear that the shocks which have battered the economy and public finances since 2015 will linger in to next year. Mexico's government has been eager to cut spending in recent years.

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12 September. 2016 Mexico's 2017 Budget Proposals Signal Fiscal Discipline

By Andres Abadia

The Mexican government last week unveiled its 2017 fiscal budget proposal. The plan makes clear that the shocks which have battered the economy and public finances since 2015 will linger in to next year. Mexico's government has been eager to cut spending in recent years.

Posted: 11th Sep 2016 in 'Latin America Documents'

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