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Mexico Economic Growth Could Exceed 3.5%

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Finance Minister of Mexico, Jose Antonio Meade, noted that expectations for the global economy have improved in recent months which would allow the country to grow at a faster rate than initially projected.

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Mexican government estimates that its economic growth could Exceed 3.5% this Year

Mexico is well positioned to exceed its forecast 3.5% growth for the economy in 2012 to a substantial improvement in the international arena, said Saturday the finance minister of Mexico, Jose Antonio Meade. Meade said the economic expectation world has improved in recent months and the agreement on Friday to double the resources of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was an important part of the puzzle. The Mexican official spoke in the context of meetings of the IMF and the World Bank in Washington.

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