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Latin America | 28 Jan 2020 Mexican Consumers' Spending Fell in Q4, but Should Rebound in Q1
All the evidence indicates that growth in Mexican consumers' spending is slowing, despite the better- than-expected November retail sales numbers, released yesterday.

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28 Jan 2020 Mexican Consumers' Spending Fell in Q4, but Should Rebound in Q1

By Abadia Andres

All the evidence indicates that growth in Mexican consumers' spending is slowing, despite the better- than-expected November retail sales numbers, released yesterday.

Posted: 28th Jan 2020 in 'Latin America'

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