Latin America Economics

Latin America Economics Update

6 December, 2018

Election not a reason to expect Mexican growth to slow

Mexican economic growth has weakened after all but one presidential election since 1950, and there have been growing suggestions that the recent change of government could cause growth to weaken next year. But we don’t think this will be the case and are sticking to our non-consensus call for growth to accelerate in 2019.

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