Mexico: New Leader, Old Problem: Slow Growth
On Dec. 1, Vicente Fox becomes Mexico's President, the first politician outside the Institutional Revolutionary Party to do so in 71 years. He inherits an economy enjoying robust growth and falling inflation. Unfortunately for the new administration, the good times may not last.
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