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Latin America | 26 September. 2016 Mexico's Consumers Spent Freely in July, But Momentum Is Slowing
Mexican consumers started the third quarter strongly, supporting our relatively upbeat view for the economy in the near term. Private consumption represents about 70% of Mexico's GDP, one of the consumption shares in the EM world, so the strength of spending is hugely important.

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26 September. 2016 Mexico's Consumers Spent Freely in July, But Momentum Is Slowing

By Andres Abadia

Mexican consumers started the third quarter strongly, supporting our relatively upbeat view for the economy in the near term. Private consumption represents about 70% of Mexico's GDP, one of the consumption shares in the EM world, so the strength of spending is hugely important.

Posted: 25th Sep 2016 in 'Latin America'

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