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Latin America | 23 May 2018 The Mexican Economy is Getting Better, Despite Rising Political Risks
Yesterday's March retail sales report for Mexico is in line with other recently released hard and survey data, painting an upbeat picture of the economy.

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23 May 2018 The Mexican Economy is Getting Better, Despite Rising Political Risks

By Andres Abadia

Yesterday's March retail sales report for Mexico is in line with other recently released hard and survey data, painting an upbeat picture of the economy.

Posted: 23rd May 2018 in 'Latin America'

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