Secretariat of Agrarian, Land, and Urban Development (Mexico)

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Secretariat of Agrarian, Land, and Urban Development
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The Mexican Office for Agrarian, Land and Urban Development (Spanish: Secretaría de Desarrollo Agrario, Territorial y Urbano, SEDATU) is the Mexican cabinet agency in charge of agriculture, urban development and living space.[citation needed]

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SEDATU was established by reforms to the Organic Law of the Federal Public Administration that were promulgated on January 2, 2013. With its creation, the Secretariat of Agrarian Reform was dissolved.[citation needed]

Subsidiary agencies include Infonavit, the national workers' housing fund.[citation needed]

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