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Latin America | 15 July 2019 Mexico's Industrial Sector Remains Subdued Banxico to Cut Soon
Downbeat sectoral data and weakening consumer spending numbers indicate that the Mexican economy remains in bad shape.

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15 July 2019 Mexico's Industrial Sector Remains Subdued Banxico to Cut Soon

By Andres Abadia

Downbeat sectoral data and weakening consumer spending numbers indicate that the Mexican economy remains in bad shape.

Posted: 15th Jul 2019 in 'Latin America'

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