Describes the development of the Mexican economy and its relationship to the international capital markets in the period up to the peso crisis of December 1994. Emphasizes the role of the “Washington Consensus” policy in stimulating the inflows and the inability of the Mexican banking system efficiently between them.

Describes the development of the Mexican economy and its relationship to the international capital markets in the period up to the peso crisis of December 1994. Emphasizes the role of the “Washington Consensus” policy in stimulating the inflows and the inability of the Mexican banking system efficiently between them.
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Huw Pill
Source: Harvard Business School
24 pages.
Release Date: 12 June 2002. Prod #: 702093-PDF-ENG
Mexico: The Tequila Crisis – 1994-1995 HBR case solution

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