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20th Jan 2023 15:29Latin America, Weekly Monitor

  • Retail sales in Mexico are under renewed strain, as inflation and rising financing costs hurt.
  • The outlook is difficult, despite a strong labour market and supportive remittances from abroad.
  • Brazil’s job market remained resilient midway through Q4, but leading indicators point to a weak H1.

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