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26th Jan 2023 16:38Latin America, Daily Monitor

  • Economic activity in Mexico is struggling, particularly services, as pent-up demand eases.
  • Depressed business surveys and the ongoing weak- ness of global conditions point to a difficult H2.
  • The labour market remains resilient, but the jobless rate likely will edge higher this year.

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