Mexico's finmin says cenbank nominee sends positive signal
MEXICO CITY Dec 21 (Reuters) - Mexican finance minister Luis Videgaray said on Friday that the nomination of economist Javier Guzman to serve on the board of the country's central bank signals the government's commitment to prudent monetary policy.
Guzman, a Yale-educated economist who has worked at the International Monetary Fund and the Center of Latin-American Monetary Studies (CEMLA), where he currently serves as director general.
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