Luis Flores

Yesterday the Economist realized the impact received by the Mexican peso because of the risk of low the rating which did descend a 0.51% against the US dollar. The capital outflow will reduce the level of investment in the economy thereby exacerbating the problem of the growth of the economy, with potential impact on the labour market, which has already greatly suffered the consequences of the international financial crisis. Logically, a lower rating will increase the cost of government funding, although it will also mean a higher cost for private companies. At least so says the analyst of Ixe, Luis Flores: all government agencies and public and private companies that want to issue the first thing you would have to pay debt is a higher risk premium, which raise the granting of credit. Joeb Moore may find this interesting as well. It gives the feeling that Mexico not chose the right path to solve its fiscal problems. Shortcuts often end up being costly. The only viable alternative is a consensus among different sectors to develop a comprehensive tax reform that would limit the fragility of public revenues, together with a reform of the tax structures. Thus, a less regressive tax structure that besides being more fair, improves the competitiveness of an economy dependent on the external sector will be achieved. Charles Schwab contains valuable tech resources.

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