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7th Mar 2023 15:42Latin America, Daily Monitor

  • Business capital spending in Mexico performed strongly in Q4, but the outlook is darkening.
  • Tighter financial conditions and a weaker external backdrop will dent the recovery in the near term.
  • Nearshoring dynamics and rate cuts during H2, likely will prevent a protracted downturn.

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