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Mexico FinMin says public debt on sustainable path in 2023 budget

MEXICO CITY, Sept 8 (Reuters) - Mexico's finance minister Rogelio Ramirez de la O said on Thursday that the government's 2023 budget will aim for public debt to "remain on a stable and sustainable path, respecting the fiscal targets and debt ceilings established by Congress."

The budget aims to bring public debt to 49.4% of gross domestic product in 2023, he said in an address to Congress. (Reporting by Isabel Woodford and Anthony Esposito)