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Inflation in Mexico started Q2 badly, due mostly to increased core pressures, and despite subsidies.
The rise in commodity prices following Russia's attack on Ukraine has notably darkened the outlook.
The Argentinian economy's strong start to the year will not endure; high inflation will be a key drag.
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