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Latin America Documents | 24 April 2018 The Strong Services Sector Boosted Mexico's Economy in Q1
Growth appears to have accelerated in the first quarter in Mexico, as NAFTA-related uncertainty abated, inflation started to fall, and the MXN rebounded.

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24 April 2018 The Strong Services Sector Boosted Mexico's Economy in Q1

By Andres Abadia

Growth appears to have accelerated in the first quarter in Mexico, as NAFTA-related uncertainty abated, inflation started to fall, and the MXN rebounded.

Posted: 23rd Apr 2018 in 'Latin America Documents'

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