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22 September 2017 The Earthquake's Economic Hit Appears to be Modest

By Andres Abadia

Before this week's earthquake, the resilience of Mexico's economy in the face of a volatile and challenging global backdrop owed much to the strength of domestic demand, especially private consumption.

Posted: 21st Sep 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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