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30 January 2017 Mexico's Trade Gap is Shrinking, but Medium-Term Outlook is Cloudy

By Andres Abadia

Mexico's trade balance shrank slightly last year, to USD13B, from USD14.6B in 2015. An improvement in the non-energy deficit was the main driver, while the energy gap worsened.

Posted: 29th Jan 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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