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The Mexican economy continued to recover in Q4 from the severe shock during lockdown in Q2. The gradual reopening of the economy, better external conditions, lower interest rates, and improving domestic fundamentals, all supported the decent 3.1% quarter- on-quarter rebound in Q4, in line with the consensus, which followed a 12.1% leap in Q3.
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