The Financial Times published an interesting article on Mexico’s economic environment. It highlights the prudent fiscal and monetary policies that the country has implemented recently, creating a sound macroeconomic environment.
Furthermore, the journalist underlines the structural reforms that President Peña Nieto was able to promote, as a result of the pact established with the main political forces of the country. Mexico is in the track of industrialisation, but still has a long way to go. Peña Nieto’s government needs to capitalize the momentum and continue further with other important reforms, such as the energy sector and tax schemes.