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19 Dec. 2014 Further Signs of Diverging Growth Paths in Mexico And Brazil

By Andres Abadia

This year has proved to be challenging for retailers in Mexico. The combination of fiscal reform, the economic slowdown over the first half of the year, and the collapse of consumer sentiment took a significant toll in the sector.

Posted: 19th Dec 2014 in 'Latin America Documents'

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