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14th Feb 2023 16:18Latin America, Daily Monitor

  • The Mexican industrial sector remained resilient in December, thanks mainly to improving construction activity.
  • Manufacturing is struggling, due to lingering domestic and external drags, despite a good end to the year.
  • We expect total output to remain sluggish in H1, but conditions likely will improve from Q3 onwards.

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