Fitch affirmed Mexico’s rating at BBB- with a stable outlook; this rating could remain unchanged for the remainder of López Obrador’s six-year term.
The SAT reported that its tax collection actions saw their best first quarter in history, following the US$2.32 billion charged to taxpayers.
A credit rating agency improved Mexico’s rating but the country is falling behind in R&D investment. This and more in the weekly roundup.
VP Mexico, Caribbean & Central America
Guanajuato has focused on implementing initiatives aimed at carrying out fiscal re-engineering, with a view to improving tax collection.