By Greg Brosnan MEXICO CITY, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Employment in Mexico's manufacturing sector fell 4 percent in June from the same month a year earlier, government statistics institute INEGI said on Wednesday. Manufacturers have scaled back in the face of diminished demand from the United States, the destination of 90 percent of Mexican exports. Average real wages in the sector grew 2.4 percent in June, compared with the year-ago period, but hours worked fell 4.1 percent, INEGI said. ...
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