Central Banks

Bank of Mexico

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The Bank of Mexico is the Central Bank of Mexico. The constitution grants the Mexican central bank independent operation and management rights, and its main function is to provide currency to domestic economic activities. In carrying out the aforementioned functions, the first job of the Bank of Mexico is to ensure the stability of the purchasing power of the currency. The other functions of the Bank of Mexico include promoting the healthy development of the financial system and the optimal functioning of the payment system.
The United Mexican States (the United Mexican States), referred to as Mexico, is a federal republic in North America, bordering the United States to the north, the Pacific Ocean to the south and west, the Caribbean Sea to the southeast, and the Gulf of Mexico to the east. The currency used is Mexican Peso, code MXN.

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