Analysis: Mexico consumer spending bo...

Analysis: Mexico consumer spending boost seen on new president's reforms

There are 1 comment on the WTAX-AM Springfield story from Feb 14, 2013, titled Analysis: Mexico consumer spending boost seen on new president's reforms. In it, WTAX-AM Springfield reports that:

Mexico's ambitious agenda of economic reforms could unleash pent-up spending by low and middle-income earners if the economy gathers steam and more on-the-books employment gives workers easier access to credit.

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Querétaro, Mexico

#1 Feb 14, 2013
Macroeconomics 101...

The increasing of private spending (C) is not as healthy as other components of GDP, and much less if it is fuelled on credit.

I that in the case of Mexico, G (Goverment spending) will even be better if it goes to infrastructure.

The best of course are I and X (private investment and exports). We hope that the high expectations on those items materialize, as expected.


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