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Mexico entered a mild recession in 2019
The numbers contrast with López Obrador's presidential campaign
Mexican economy narrowly avoids recession
Gross domestic product grew by 0.1%
OECD cuts Mexico growth forecast to 1.6%
Economic growth in Mexico, Latin America’s second-largest economy, is seen dipping this year
Financial resources are stalled
Development banks finance infrastructure projects, as well as small and medium enterprises and sectors that aren't handled by commercial banks
GDP: unfulfilled promises
The previous administration boasted that 11 reforms that are “transforming and fundamental for the political, economic, and social development” took place in only 18 months
2019 budget focuses on the elderly, affects science
The first budget presented by Mexico’s new leftist government was met with a positive response from financial markets on Sunday
The GDP decrease in the construction sector is related to the fact that the most affected entities were Mexico City, Puebla, Morelos, Chiapas, Oaxaca and the State of Mexico, entities that have a great impact on the GDP performance
HR Ratings confirms the long-term ranking of HR A-(G) and short-term of HR2 (G) for Mexico's sovereign debt
The Brazilian real and the Mexican peso both strengthened around 1 percent.
The International Monetary Fund slashed Mexico's growth forecasts from 2.3% to 1.7% for 2017.