Mexico: What to expect from AMLO

Interview with Ernesto Revilla, head of Citi’s Latin American economic research team in New York “Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s victory will be a watershed in modern Mexican history,” said Ernesto Revilla, head of Citi’s Latin American economic research team in New York. The 25-point difference in recent polls guarantees an undisputed win for the Movement for National Regeneration, MORENA, candidate, and an ample majority for his party in congress. “The election breaks three decades governed by political parties PRI and PAN”. The period was characterized by policies that were similar in design, staying close to economic orthodoxy. The new president, he said, has stated his interest in expanding social expenditure and have state enterprises participate much more in supporting economic development. […]

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