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Latin America | 15 June 2020 Mexico's Industrial Collapse is Bottoming-Out, but Q3 will be Tough
Mexico's industrial recession deepened in April, though some leading indicators suggest that the worst is over as the economy gradually reopens. But downside risks have increased dramatically in recent weeks, as the pandemic seems to be gathering renewed strength.

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15 June 2020 Mexico's Industrial Collapse is Bottoming-Out, but Q3 will be Tough

By Andres Abadia

Mexico's industrial recession deepened in April, though some leading indicators suggest that the worst is over as the economy gradually reopens. But downside risks have increased dramatically in recent weeks, as the pandemic seems to be gathering renewed strength.

Posted: 15th Jun 2020 in 'Latin America'

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