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Latin America | 15 January 2018 Mexico's Industrial Sector Remains Unresponsive, but Q1 Will be Better
Upbeat survey data, a competitive MXN, and the strong U.S. manufacturing sector indicate that Mexican industry should be rebounding.

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15 January 2018 Mexico's Industrial Sector Remains Unresponsive, but Q1 Will be Better

By Andres Abadia

Upbeat survey data, a competitive MXN, and the strong U.S. manufacturing sector indicate that Mexican industry should be rebounding.

Posted: 14th Jan 2018 in 'Latin America'

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