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Out with more from that meeting in Beverly Hills, California with you more guest Sarah Bryant.
Their lives thanks very much and I thought it was interesting and mr.
Murdoch was talking about that is sitting on a panel entitled basically big government and big business and where that fine line of involvement goes so interesting interview nobody wants to watch -- taken out of foxbusiness.com.
As well we're gonna replay.
Parts of that throughout the day.
I know you -- were talking about Swine Flu and of course we've also heard you know a lot of other things now one -- I -- on everybody's mind.
And Mexico we're here -- offside honestly as you grow up here you know that obviously he immigration is a big topic as well especially here in parts of Southern California.
And with the outlay outbreak rather -- -- of Swine Flu there is concern.
That we could see -- more fragile Mexican economy completely collapsed.
Earlier today -- got a number of specialist by the -- earlier today I sat down with -- -- is a senior fellow at the Milken Institute.
Yes he focuses on company risk.
Recently put -- a report on the risk.
Of Mexico slam Aston -- that we sat -- and talked about Swine Flu and how this adds to the.
Already shaky Mexican nation was today.
For -- institutions are really broken.
And the issue that Mexico has is how can it.
Take care of the people who were ill -- and find people.
So that they can't -- the question that the question is no there institutions are really broken across the board whether it's health care.
The legal system as we see from the drug gangs and so forth.
-- the basic institutions like those are all in jail for government -- that the government is holding on.
At the central level but be -- the central level in the various states.
We have a lot of problems in Mexico.
For most of which is corruption.
Which is why one of the reasons that measures so low on your capacity -- yeah that many well listen we've had corruption in Mexico for a long time we've had.
You know problems in Chiapas was some of the rebels down there we've had drug maybe not extend.
Drug problems in Mexico before.
Is it more severe though that it has been in recent memory yes Mexico's been deteriorating for twenty years.
One of the problems that happened is that the drug gangs came in.
To a vacuum after.
They were kicked out of Colombia -- done a great job Mexico has done really nothing but the problem just moved north the problems just move north they became transshipment.
Areas -- drug.
This is really corrupted the economy in in a fundamental way.
That -- get any better I mean what what does it mean if Mexico is broken as you say and and getting worse.
Where does it go well that Mexico really have to make a big effort to take care of its legal issues.
And that means it has to rather than go after the drug -- it has to go after its own police it has to go after its own judges.
Very few people who were arrested including policemen who were arrested.
Ever tried in -- their tried very few go to jail.
That's a signal -- -- the proper America do you expect more people to try to flood across the border I mean -- if they have a deadly severe outbreak of crumbling economy.
Those people are going to be looking to go somewhere yes there wolf think about it Mexico has drug problems many cities in the north -- -- Now it has.
Epidemic throughout the country.
Where are they gonna go for refuge they always come to the United States.
I think that's what we're going to be seeing going forward.
So there ego and already fragile Mexican economy could be further damage by Swine Flu guides and -- and immigration has been a topic.
I've been hot here in for the last couple years and if that outbreak continues according to Kurtz been.
You migration problem here in Southern California -- your old hometown could get a lot worse people look to get out the spotlight is on its.
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