Mexico’s Economy on the Move

Mexico's economy will continue to recover during the rest of this year...

...but the situation in international markets poses risks, the Financial System Stability Council (CESF) said.

Foreign demand and the federal government’s stimulus policies should help bolster the recovery in the wake of first-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) growth that came in lower than expected, the CESF said in a statement.

Demand in developed countries has given a boost to Mexico's economy, but “signs of relative weakness persist,” said the CESF, whose members are the heads of Mexico’s main economic organizations.

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