Carlos Tello Macías Biografia

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Carlos Tello Macas

(Geneva, Switzerland, November 4, 1938). He is a politician and Mexican economist, who occupied the embassy of his country in Cuba, Portugal and the Soviet Union and the ownership of the Ministry of Programming and Budget in the government of President Jose Lopez Portillo. Carlos Tello Macas is the son of Manuel Tello Baurraud, who held several positions in the Mexican Foreign Service and got to carry the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and brother of Manuel Tello Macas who also occupied the ownership of the secretariat, Carlos Tello was born in Geneva while his father served as Minister of Mexico before global organizations based in this Swiss city. He graduated in Business Administration from Georgetown University and an MA in economics from Columbia University and a doctorate in economics at the University of Cambridge. He is a member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party since 1976, he served as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury between 1975 and 1976 and that same year President Jose Lopez Portillo appointed first holder of the newly created Ministry of Programming and Budget midst of a severe economic crisis and devaluation . During its passage through the ownership of this secretariat, Tello is constantly faced with the Secretary of the Treasury, Julio Rodolfo Moctezuma by questions of economic policy, culminating in the departure of both from office less than a year after they occupied. Later he was Director General of the Bank of Mexico September 1982 to November 1982. In addition he serves as a professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, El Colegio de Mexico and has offered courses in the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, He has also been a researcher for the National Institute of Anthropology and History. He is the father of the historian Carlos Tello Diaz, great-grandson of the general and dictator Porfirio Diaz.