Santiago Levy

former official, Mexico's Ministry of Finance and Public Credit

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Vice President for Sectors and Knowledge at the Inter-American Development Bank; former official in the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit of Mexico, he was the main architect of the Oportunidades program

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