No danger Mexico becoming failed state-US spy chief
WASHINGTON, March 26
WASHINGTON, March 26 (Reuters) - Mexico, beset by a rising tide of drug violence, is nevertheless in no danger of becoming a "failed state", U.S. spy chief Dennis Blair said on Thursday.
"Mexico is in no danger of becoming a failed state," Blair, the U.S. national intelligence director, told reporters at a briefing. Blair was asked about Mexico's stability in light of concerns raised by investors, lawmakers and intelligence officials about the drug cartels.
(Reporting by Randall Mikkelsen; Editing by Eric Walsh)
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