"Tax reform could be a factor among other reasons, such as US monetary policy, which we should watch when setting our monetary policies," Alejandro Diaz de Leon said in a radio interview on Friday.
Yesterday, the central bank of Mexico decided to raise its lending rate by 25 basis points to 7.25 percent, saying it was ready to repeat the move if needed to counter inflation.
By 5:59 pm GMT, the "peso" rose against the dollar by more than 0.3%, with the greenback falling to 19.0813 pesos.
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