Mexico’s economy has put in a decent performance over the past year or so, but we think that most of the factors that have supported robust growth have now run their course. Tight policy and a looming recession in the US mean that the economy is likely to lose steam over the coming quarters and we expect Mexico’s recovery from the pandemic to continue to lag behind its regional peers.
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