Click here to subscribe to our daily newsletter. Carlos Urzúa, Mexican finance minister quits with scathing resignation letter Mexico’s finance minister, Carlos Urzúa, quit abruptly on Tuesday, with a letter of resignation that appeared highly critical of the current administration, and raised questions about the president’s much-vaunted promise to reduce corruption. He tweeted a copy of the letter — addressed to Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador — which suggested that the current administration’s policy making was not “based on evidence” or “free of extremism.” “There were a lot of discrepancies in economic matters,” the letter read. CNN reports. Related: Mexican finance minister’s resignation ‘unexpected, negative,’ says Goldman Sachs Photo credit: Inter-American Dialogue/Flickr Japan’s SoftBank makes bet to challenge […]
Carlos Urzúa, Mexican finance minister quits with scathing resignation letter
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