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  • This collection consists of White House records related to the Mexican Peso Crisis and bailout of 1995, a financial crisis of worldwide import that occurred during the Clinton administration. It contains memoranda, drafts, press briefings
  • Mexican Peso Crisis - Collection Finding Aid
  • This collection consists of National Security Council (NSC) records management documents regarding the Mexican Peso Crisis of 1995. In response to the sudden economic downturn of the Mexican economy, President Clinton obtained a $50 million bailout
  • Mexican Peso Crisis - Collection Finding Aid
  • of the Americas - forged in Miami, strengthened by our response to challenges such as Haiti and the Mexican peso crisis, ready to move forward in Santiago. • Our goal is for the Americas to be a stronghold of security, prosperity and peace- and a model of trust
  • investment. ·. 8 It was just one month after our Miami Summit in 1994 that the Mexican peso crisis struck. But Latin America learned the right lessons, deepening its reforms instead of closing its doors. Mexico is back and is now my country's second
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  • -THAT CREATED SIX MILLION NEVV ·. JOBS AND .BROUGHT THE COMBINED INFLATION. AND UNEMilLQYMENT RATES TO THEIR LOWEST LEVELS IN DECADE.S. HE DID THE RIGHT THING IN THE MEXICAN PESO CRISIS AND 'I,N THE CHINA TRADE SHOWDOWN. EVEN ON THE CRITICAL ISSUE OF HEALTH
  • the Administration's economic policy that has led to the nation's longest peacetime economic expansion. Rubin is credited with promoting initiatives to respond to five international crises: the Mexican peso crisis in 1995; the Asian crises from 1997 to 1998; and the R
  • meeting, not . even for a ·.. .· . 'single year Is. review. ·. Ahd I think San4y Is, introduction! has put .this ' ~-.in ·s:ome perspective'. ·· · · · · · ·· . .: , ' - In the intervening ntonths', the Mexican peso crisis, and ·~indeed, to a lesser e
  • sell chopsticks to Japan, wine tc Europe and machinery to the U.S. Radical Transfoi."matl.on Chile's success.in transfo_nning a cur· rency bust into an export bonanza under·· scores a widely overlooked silver lining in the recent Mexican peso crisis
  • Economv • Advance plan to redu~e risks it\ global financial markets (e.g. Mexican Peso crisis) by building network to supervise global financial institutions and increasing cooperation among financial regulators. • Encourage· other countries to 1;1dopt our
  • of the world, those of you who covered the summit last year may recall that we were coming on the heels of the Mexican peso crisis and the so-called tequila effe~~.i~ the rest of Latin America and throughout the world. Last year at the summit, th::_~~asked_f_o_
  • because Democrats recognize that such a bruising fight "would be tantamount to defeat in the general election." Wayne said Repubiicans in Congress are adept at passing the buck, too. This happened on the Mexican peso crisis and the baseball strike, he said
  • ever. By last january, the Clinton administration had grown so fed up that, in the midst of the Mexican peso crisis, it lobbied the Mexican government to replace MarinBosch as its repre~ntative. The gist of the U.S. message, according to people fa, J
Denver Summit (Item)
  • emerging markets. A. With Our Partners Promoting Growth and Reducing Risks in the Global Economy • Advance plan to reduce risks in global financial markets (e.g. Mexican Peso crisis) by building network to supervise global financial institutions
  • integration--moral, economic instability and chaos, a Mexican Peso crisis in which the government loses its ability to control the huge wave of private capital. d. A communications revolution allows you to arrive in a hotel room in New Delhi and watch
  • interest rates and concerns about possible overheating of some Asian economies. Since the Mexican peso crisis, many emerging markets have taken concrete steps to reduce their vulnerability to financial crises. One such step, the Data Dissemination Standard
  • , Thailand, Malaysia and Thailand collectively absorbed 12.4% of Japan's exports in 1996. Mexico only accounted for 10.1 % 6f U.S . . exports in 1994. ; . I Two differences between the Mexican peso crisis and the currrent turmoil in Southeast Asia
  • countries. _ ' I ' • A firlancial crisis in a dollarized country could put downward pressure on the dollar,just as the Mexican peso crisis contributed to the-dollar's weakness in earlY199S.[ • Possible domestic political criticism even without any
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  • Debate The Asian Currency Crisis and the IMF The 1994 Mexican Peso Crisis and the IMF: A Retrospective he l\ Resources Your Chance to Weigh In! - Join our interactive bulletin board. Home | Terms | lnfo@Policy.com | Ad Info 4 of 4 9/30/98 11:00 AM
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