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Chronically difficult problems

5 May 2009 By Ian Campbell

The global downturn and the H1N1 flu outbreak will give Mexico its worst year since the 1995 Tequila Crisis. But when the flu passes, Mexico will still lose out to Asia. It is developing badly: education languishes, oil production falls and political challenges are ducked.

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