CORRECTED - CORRECTED-Mexico's non-U.S. bound exports shielding economy


(Corrects spelling of spokesman's name in 4th, 19th paragraphs) By Jason Lange PUEBLA, Mexico, April 30 (Reuters) - Mexican exporters, long dependent on American consumers, are ramping up sales to once-ignored markets such as Europe and Brazil and are helping shield Mexico's economy from a feared U.S. recession. Volkswagen's plant in Mexico, built four decades ago just east of the Mexican capital, once focused on selling its Jetta and Golf models to Americans. But last year, the ...

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