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How's Life? 2013 - Country note - Mexico (PDF)
Mexican President-elect Enrique Peña Nieto ended his European tour with a visit to OECD headquarters in Paris and delivered a speech on the challenges for Mexico and its role in a changing world.
We live in a globalised world where a significant event occurring today in a given place has direct consequences in the rest of the world. Ambassador Patricia Espinosa, Minister of Foreign Relations of Mexico, takes a closer look at today’s highly interconnected world.
Bid rigging costs governments and taxpayers billions of dollars every year. In 2011, the OECD will for the first time directly assist a member country, Mexico, as it implements tighter public procurement processes.
At COP16, Angel Gurría stated that "Green and Growth go well together and can become a win-win outcome for advanced, emerging and developing countries. (...) Cancun should; Cancun must; Cancun can!"
Public finances are under pressure around the world. We asked finance ministers from a range of countries: “What actions is your government taking to bolster public finances, while upholding growth and services?”
To sum-up, Green and Growth can and should go together, but we need to put the right policies in place. The OECD is working to help countries reconcile fighting climate change with strengthening the economy and creating jobs.
Economic forecasts for GDP, unemployment, inflation and fiscal balance.
Economic forecasts for GDP, unemployment, inflation and fiscal balance