This has been achieved thanks to the evolution of the national economy as a result of the implementation of structural reforms and macroeconomic discipline supported by the Bank of Mexico.
During the month of September, annual inflation registered a record low of 2.52% for the fifth consecutive month.
This compares with some of the figures recorded in the economy in the past, even the recent past, such as September 2012 when inflation was more than twice what it is today.
Prior to that, in the 1980s, the Mexican population felt the impact of inflation in its pocket, when it reached annual rates of 135%.
Earlier today, President Enrique Peña Nieto led the ceremony commemorating the 90th anniversary of the Bank of Mexico, which has been closely related to contemporary history since 1925.
During the 90 years of its existence, particularly since the constitutional reform of 1993, which granted it autonomy, it has become an economic pillar that provides certainty and confidence for the country, which is projected overseas.