MEXICO CITY, May 27 (Reuters) - Mexico's manufacturing jobs unexpectedly declined 3.3 percent in March compared with a year earlier, as employers remained cautious about hiring despite a significant uptick in economic activity. The manufacturing sector work force fell 0.42 percent on a seasonally adjusted basis compared to February, the government said on Thursday. Economists said they were surprised by the data since March saw a notable recovery in exports and manufacturing activity, ...
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