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12th Jan 2023 15:43Latin America, Daily Monitor

  • Private consumption continues to contribute to GDP growth in Brazil, thanks to policy support to families...
  • ...But still-high interest rates and elevated fiscal uncertainty remain the key threat.
  • Mexico’s industrial activity was resilient in Q4, due chiefly to construction; manufacturing is struggling.

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