Housing in Mexico: An overlooked revolution - The Economist

Housing in Mexico: An overlooked revolution

Housing in Mexico: An overlooked revolution - The Economist
Housing in Mexico: An overlooked revolution
Published Aug 28, 2004
936 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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Laying the foundations of a property-owning democracy UNDER President Vicente Fox, Mexico has acquired a reputation for economic stagnation and political inertia. That is not the view from a bridge over the main highway heading north-east...

  
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