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Latin America | 24 July 2020 Inflation in Mexico Rose in July, but the Recession will Ease Pressures
Inflation in Mexico surprised to the upside in early Q3, but we still believe it will fall gradually in Q4.

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24 July 2020 Inflation in Mexico Rose in July, but the Recession will Ease Pressures

By Andres Abadia

Inflation in Mexico surprised to the upside in early Q3, but we still believe it will fall gradually in Q4.

Posted: 24th Jul 2020 in 'Latin America'

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