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Mexico, ¿un ex-emergente?

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  • Jorge Blazquez
  • Javier Santiso

Desde 2001, los agentes financieros, los analistas del riesgo pais y las agencias de calificacion de riesgos consideran a Mexico como un pais solvente o “de bajo riesgoâ€. La pregunta que se pretende responder en este articulo es si este pais ha dejado de ser una economia emergente. Asi, se pretende repasar los factores que hay detras de la positiva vision sobre Mexico. Pensamos que la respuesta es afirmativa. El positivo cambio en la estructura exportadora, la financiacion saneada del deficit del sector exterior y el cambio en la estructura productiva avalan la hipotesis de que Mexico ha dejado de ser un mercado emergente y, por tanto, sujeto a crisis significativas de caracter macroeconomico propias de estas economias. Pero tambien hay elementos que impiden calificar a Mexico como plenamente desarrollada.

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Paper provided by BBVA Bank, Economic Research Department in its series Working Papers with number 0301.

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Length: 24 pages
Date of creation: Apr 2003
Handle: RePEc:bbv:wpaper:0301
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