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La estructura de la deuda pública en México: Lecciones y perspectivas

  • Fausto Hernández Trillo
  • Alejandro Villagómez Amezcua

Este artículo examina algunas de las hipótesis sobre las estrategias de deuda que a priori parece haber seguido el gobierno mexicano, partiendo de un examen de la evolución y composición de la misma. Un aspecto interesante de este examen es que el nivel de la deuda total con respecto al PIB en México era relativamente bajo (27 por ciento), sobre todo comparado con algunos países de la Unión Europea como Italia y Bélgica. Esto sugiere que la composición de la deuda y su perfil de vencimientos se convierten en un aspecto importante, particularmente en México. De este examen uno de los acertijos que saltan a la escena es si la excesiva indización de la deuda interna al dólar durante 1994 fue una medida adecuada.

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