MEXICO CITY, Oct 30 (Reuters) - The Mexican economy grew 4.3 percent in the third quarter, boosted by strong manufacturing and construction sectors, the Finance Ministry said on Monday. Earlier, the ministry said Mexico's public-sector surplus grew 46 percent in September, helped by higher tax and oil revenues. The economy slowed slightly compared to the first half of the year, when it grew by 5.1 percent, the ministry said in a preliminary report, blaming in part slowed demand in the ...
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