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    Mexico.- In a meeting with Mexican businessmen at the local stock exchange, headed by Luis Tellez, President of the Mexican Stock Exchange, Bolsa Mexicana de Valores (BMV), he said that Eurozone must make all the necessary decisions to achieve banks union, as well as making progress on fiscal transferences subjects. He considered that Greece is not taking sufficient steps to overcome the crisis and prevent it from spreading, which generates a difficult situation. However, he thinks Greece will not leave Eurozone. The British Prime Minister said before Mexican businessmen that Great Britain is one of the most open economies in the world and has broad experience in several areas that may help Mexico, such as financial, education, energy and pharmaceutical sectors, among others.
    Source: El Universal | Date: 25/06/2012