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12th Apr 2022 00:20Latin America, Daily Monitor

Mexican capex will continue to struggle under AMLO; the business-unfriendly agenda is gathering speed.

Manufacturing activity improved in Q1, but only thanks to Mexico's proximity to the U.S.; AMLO is a drag.

High uncertainty will keep key projects on the back- burner; nearshoring will prevent a grimmer picture.

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