Citibank and Mexico Clash over Debt Repayment

Philpott, Tom
July 2000
NACLA Report on the Americas;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p60
Academic Journal
Deals with the debt repayment issue between the Mexican government and Citibank Mexico. Reason of Citibank for filing a court battle against the government; Investigation of Mexico's massive bank bailout; Background information on the deal between Citibank and the government.


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