Mexico’s Finance Minister Leaves Amid Trump Visit BacklashBy and
Videgaray oversaw tax increases, energy industry opening
Departure follows Trump’s visit, weak economic growth
Mexico Finance Minister Luis Videgaray resigned on Wednesday after a drop in the president’s popularity as public backlash mounted over Donald Trump’s visit to the country last week.
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