Bernanke on US gains from Mexico trade ties


Ben Bernanke, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, on Thursday said the United States had benefited from Mexico's strong trade links and good economic policies during the last two decades.

At the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce Annual Gala in Washington, DC, Bernanke said Mexico had made tremendous economic strides during the past two decades to avoid financial crises, to which it was once prone, by taking measures to tame rampant inflation and place its budget on a sounder footing.


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