Mexico’s industrial sector stagnated in January as a slump in construction output offset solid increases in output in other subsectors. Early evidence suggests that activity held up well last month but, with the US economy still likely to fall into recession and domestic demand likely to struggle, we continue to think that growth in Mexican industry will be soft over the coming quarters.
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