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23 August 2017 Mexican Economy was Firm in H1, H2 Will be Soft, but 2018 Better

By Andres Abadia

Yesterday's detailed Mexican GDP report confirmed that growth was relatively resilient in Q2, despite the lagged effect of external and domestic headwinds.

Posted: 22nd Aug 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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