Mexico Cuts 2016 GDP Forecast After Second-Quarter DeclineBy and
Finance Ministry expects growth of 2 percent to 2.6 percent
Economy shrank for first time since 2013 on weak oil, exports
Mexico cut its growth forecast for the second time this year after Latin America’s second-largest economy shrank last quarter, dragged down by a slowdown in the services industry and falling exports.
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