AMLO celebrates that the IMF has raised Mexico’s growth forecast

Mexico City /

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador celebrated that the International Monetary Fund had raised Mexico’s economic growth forecast, As he said, it is the result of increased foreign investment in the country.

During his morning conference from the National Palace, the President assumed that Mexico Among the 10 most attractive countries for investment Thanks aliens That the rule of law prevail in its administration and when signing the Treaty between Mexico, the United States and Canada (T-MEC).

“NSForeign investment is increasing. The International Monetary Fund announced yesterday that it is raising its growth forecast for Mexico… Data is very important“, He said.

Yesterday, the International Monetary Fund revised its forecast for the country’s economic growth, anticipating that In 2021 GDP will grow by 6.3%, above the 5% estimated last April; By 2022, their forecast has increased from 3 to 4.2 percent.

to me global economic perspectives, the The improvement in Mexico’s economic outlook reflects better results Than expected in the first quarter of the year and positive spillover effects, due to better prospects for the United States.

With information from: Silvia Rodriguez

AMP

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