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As Mexico’s economy continues to stabilize and develop, it’s encouraging to see such growth manifested in measurable forms. One notable example comes from statistics in a recent article by Institutional Investor, stating that the next tier of large emerging economies is Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea and Turkey.

The article commends the four countries for their efforts, explaining the criteria for the ranking by saying, “They have brought inflation under control, the banking systems have undergone significant reforms and are subject to controls to prevent a repeat of the problems they faced during the global financial crisis.”

This is exciting news not only from a financial standpoint, but for Mexico’s economy as a whole. Moving forward, such advances will certainly impact the state of health care in Mexico, which accounts for a significant segment of the economy. Such growth and development can only continue to reinforce and strengthen Mexico’s standing as an international medical tourism destination.

Read more about this analysis from Mexico Today.