Payne, Douglas W.
March 1995
New Republic;3/13/95, Vol. 212 Issue 11, p20
Reveals that the Weston Forum, a consortia of foreign investors in Mexico under the leadership of the Weston Group, is to blame for the 1994 financial crisis in Mexico. Information on the investment practices of foreign investment firms in Mexico; Discussion on the factors that have contributed to the financial crisis; Influence of the Weston Forum on the Mexican government over policy options to deal with the financial crisis; Explanation that U.S. bail out of the Mexican economy will benefit the same investors who have led Mexico to the financial crisis.


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