RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Already marked by severe inequality, Mexico has faced pressing socio-economic challenges since the first suspected cases of coronavirus.
The government is required to minimize the collateral damage to society and to combine this with a pandemic policy.
The initial restrictions to contain the rapid spread of the disease are leading to existential hardship for people in the lower and middle classes.
Last week, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador introduced an economic plan to address this. He is asking the US Blackrock fund management company for financial assistance.
In parallel, he lamented the fact . . .