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Latin America Documents | 27 April 2018 Mexico and Argentina had Good First Quarters, but Risks Remain
This week's Mexican retail sales report for February offered more support to our view that domestic conditions improved at the end of Q1.

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27 April 2018 Mexico and Argentina had Good First Quarters, but Risks Remain

By Andres Abadia

This week's Mexican retail sales report for February offered more support to our view that domestic conditions improved at the end of Q1.

Posted: 26th Apr 2018 in 'Latin America Documents'

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