18 de febrero de 2015 / 19:54 / hace 3 años

Oil slump could hurt Mexico energy reform, but impact limited-Carstens

MEXICO CITY, Feb 18 (Reuters) - The sharp drop in global oil prices could affect Mexico’s landmark energy opening, but is unlikely to have a substantial impact, Mexico’s central bank governor Agustin Carstens said on Wednesday.

Mexico’s central bank had earlier revised down its growth outlook for this year and next after a sharp drop in oil prices spurred budget cuts and dampened the outlook for an opening of the country’s energy sector.

Reporting by Noe Torres

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