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Monday, January 25, 2010

New issues: Mexico - "50 Years ISSSTE"

The Institute for Social Security and Services for State Workers (Spanish: Instituto de Seguridad y Servicios Sociales de los Trabajadores del Estado, or ISSSTE) is a governmental organization in Mexico that administers part of Mexico's health care and social security systems, and provides assistance in cases of disability, old age, risks in labor, and death (or IVCM, for invalidez, vejez, cesantia en edad avanzada, y muerte). Unlike the Mexican Social Security Institute (or IMSS), which covers workers in the private sector, the ISSSTE is charged with providing benefits for government workers. Together with the IMSS, the ISSSTE provides health coverage for between 55 and 60 percent of the population of Mexico. Like much of Mexico's health care system, the ISSSTE has been the subject of numerous criticisms and allegations, ranging from corruption to a heavy regional bias in favor of major cities with well organized labor unions.
It was founded in 1959 by president Adolfo López Mateos.
Tehnical details:
Price: $ 13.50 Pesos $ 1.06 USD
Date of isssue: 19.01.2010
Paper: Couche bright white 100-sided sticky gms./m2
Designer: Ricardo Venegas Gomez
Postal Authority Mexico

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