MEXICO CITY, April 11 Mexico's finance ministry on Monday said that it would use a transfer from the central bank to reduce government debt issuance by at least 64 billion pesos ($3.62 billion) this year and buy back up to 103 billion pesos of government debt.
The ministry said it was still analyzing ways that it could help state-run oil company Pemex, which has been hobbled by a slump in international crude prices.
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