Why Lower Oil Prices Don't Hurt Mexico as Much as They Used To

Reduced dependence on crude makes impact from drop smaller

The tumble in global oil prices has sent Mexico's currency to a record low and forced the nation to cut spending and raise interest rates. Yet for all the focus on crude, Latin America's second-largest economy is actually less dependent on oil revenue than at any time in the past decade.

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