In Mexico’s recent economic history – in good times and in bad (of which there have been plenty) – there has been one constant and encouraging factor. I’ve spoken here before about the positive demographic trends that Mexico is experiencing, with a growing, young and dynamic group of people who I believe are the key to the country’s future growth. Almost half of its population is 25 or younger, and their dynamism and potential has, for me, been a constant cause for optimism – through changes in government and in economic fortune, the young people of Mexico have provided the energy that I believe will help to sustain the country’s growth far into the future.

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