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Mexico's economy recovered in Q1 as many drags eased, offsetting the hit from high inflation...
...But the economy still is convalescing, and we see no solid sign of a private spending boom.
BanRep hiked rates as expected, and left the door wide open to further tightening as inflation rebounds.
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