Mexico cbank reports 7.1% growth in GDP in 2000

Text of report by Yolanda Morales published by Mexican newspaper El Economista web site on 1 February.


On Jan. 31, 2001, the Bank of Mexico announced that GDP grew by 7.10 per cent in 2000, the highest growth rate during [ex-President Ernesto] Zedillo's six-year term. This figure, which is more than two percentage points higher than the last government's original forecast, will be confirmed by the Finance Secretariat in two weeks' time.

The central

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