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    Mexican-U.S. Migration Could Flow Both Ways

    Mexican-U.S. Migration Could Flow Both Ways - 2007-07-06

    In the global economy, Mexico must worry about five primary factors, according to Agustin Carstens, AM ’83, PhD ’85, secretary of finance and public credit of Mexico. Those include the U.S. economy, international migration, domestic economic indicators, major crises, and the development of domestic financial markets. Carstens spoke at the Myron Scholes Global Markets Forum Series, which is sponsored by the Initiative on Global Markets and funded by the CME Trust, at the CME Auditorium in Chicago on May 31.

    “The huge mobility of people in North America creates important opportunities between Mexico and the U.S.,
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    I don't want to live in mexico. It is one of the most corrupt places in the world. The drug lords are allowed to kidnap people whenever they want. the leaders don't care about the people and will do anything to get the all mighty dollar.

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