Eberstadt, Nick
October 1982
New Republic;10/18/82, Vol. 187 Issue 16, p18
Discusses the economic conditions in Mexico and the country's battle against. Growth of the country's domestic purchasing power and domestic product; Possession of the most modern steel mills in the world; Evidence of the existence of poverty in the country; Unreliability of the country's statistics on unemployment and other economic indicators; Criticisms of the government's economic policy; Status in the international market; Nationalization of the banking system by outgoing President Jose Lopez Potillo.


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