IMF official says Mexico’s outlook seems bright

First deputy director Lipton says sound macroeconomic management has put the country in a strong position

David Lipton
David Lipton

The first deputy director of the International Monetary Fund has praised Mexico for its “prudent macroeconomic management” at a time when the economy is facing a number of challenges and risks.

Speaking on the conclusion of his visit to the country, David Lipton said Mexico’s economy continues to grow and showed resilience.

“This is a testament to the country’s fundamentals, prudent macroeconomic management and a very strong policy framework, which underpins Mexico’s qualification for a

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