27 de agosto de 2011


The Economist publica este fin de semana un análisis de la economía mexicana. En una parte del texto, la revista compara a México con Brasil y señala lo siguiente:

In the early 2000s Mexico boasted Latin America’s biggest economy, measured at market exchange rates, but it was soon overtaken by Brazil, whose GDP is now twice as big and still pulling away, boosted by the soaring real. Soon Brazil will take the lead in oil production, which Mexico has allowed to dwindle. As Brazilians construct stadiums for the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics, Mexicans, who last year celebrated the bicentenary of their independence from Spain, are building monuments to their past (and finishing them late).

El subrayado en negritas es mío.


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