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Mexico To Name Banxico's Esquivel For IDB

MEXICO
  • Mexico will withdraw its proposal to name former United Nations official Alicia Barcena to head the Inter-American Development Bank and present Deputy Central Bank Governor Gerardo Esquivel in her place before an official deadline Friday, people familiar with the decision said. (Bloomberg)
  • Esquivel wouldn’t comment on the information ahead of Thursday's monetary policy decision.
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  • Mexico will withdraw its proposal to name former United Nations official Alicia Barcena to head the Inter-American Development Bank and present Deputy Central Bank Governor Gerardo Esquivel in her place before an official deadline Friday, people familiar with the decision said. (Bloomberg)
  • Esquivel wouldn’t comment on the information ahead of Thursday's monetary policy decision.