“With its combination of modernity and poverty, Mexico provides lessons for all emerging markets.”

Source: www.economist.com

This article from the Economist highlights the struggles in emerging economies to ‘bridge the gap between a globalized minority and an impoverished majority.’ The four lessons of Mexico in that article are:

  1. The centrality of urbanization to economic growth.
  2. Modern infrastructure is needed to connect disparate regions for them to keep pace with the core.
  3. The informal economy needs to be formalized.
  4. The system can’t flourish if the citizenry doesn’t trust the system.  

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