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Portfolio inflows in Mexico have reached an all-time high, Merrill Lynch reports - up to $39.4B...

Portfolio inflows in Mexico have reached an all-time high, Merrill Lynch reports - up to $39.4B last year, from $19.1B in 2009: "Mexico's solid fundamentals, better fiscal stance and debt ratios than those once considered better-credit countries have increased the country's attractiveness among investors."
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  • Neil459
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    Does "Mexico's solid fundamentals" include the all out war with the cartels, no rule of law, and the highest bribe wins? Sounds like a lot of marketing BS to me.
    6 Jun 2011, 04:22 PM Reply Like
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