Mexico Central Bank Cuts Growth Forecast as Manufacturing SlowsBy and
Economy contracted 0.2% in second quarter from start of year
Policy makers raised key interest rate to 4.25% in late June
Mexico’s central bank cut its 2016 growth forecast for a fourth time as exports slowed, saying a difficult global environment is holding back Latin America’s second-largest economy.
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