Reagan holds summit with Mexican President

President Reagan met with Mexican President Miguel de la Madrid Hurtado in this seaside resort for talks on Central American tensions and Mexico's economic problems. Mexican diplomats have accused Mr. Reagan with following a hypocritical policy, stepping up military intervention in Central America while supporting the so-called Contadora peace bid on the other. This plan calls for an end to all foreign military involvement in Central America.

Reagan, who has been courting the Hispanic vote, announced Saturday a new study aimed at helping US border states hit hard by the devaluation of the Mexican peso.

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