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December 10, 2009 | By Tracy Wilkinson
In the middle of his country's worst economic crisis in a generation, Mexican President Felipe Calderon on Wednesday nominated a close political ally, Finance Minister Agustin Carstens, to replace the well- respected head of the central bank. Carstens, a University of Chicago-trained economist, has serious creds in the financial world too. But he is also seen as someone willing to be more collaborative with the president than the fiercely independent outgoing Bank of Mexico director.
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