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Mexico: weak growth & lower oil prices pose fiscal risk

Mexico’s 2023 budget proposal suggests that officials intend to stick to their tight policy stance, but the public finances are likely to deteriorate if (as we expect) oil prices fall back and the economy performs worse than officials anticipate.

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