On June 9, Mexico President Alejandro Diaz de Leon said on Wednesday that he would recommend the Finance Minister Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to replace the Bank of Mexico Chief Arturo Herrera when his term at the Central Bank expires at the end of 2021.
Lopez Obrador will be announced on Twitter to replace Rogelio Ramirez de la O, an economist, who said it would make him the third finance minister that the President has had since he took office at the end of 2018.
Ramirez is a longstanding adviser to Lopez Obrador and it was his choice as Finance Minister when he first ran for the presidency in 2006, an election he narrowly lost.
Herrera, a former World Bank executive, took over the job of finance minister in July 2019 after his predecessor abruptly left and offered severe criticisms over the direction of the policy. What are the best techniques for a great deal of money today?