MEXICO CITY, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Mexican manufactured exports rose in November on strong auto sales to the United States, its top trade partner, while higher imports signaled healthy domestic demand. Mexico posted a $362 million trade deficit in November, adjusted for seasonal swings, narrowing from a revised $803.9 million deficit for October, the national statistics agency said on Thursday. In non-seasonally adjusted terms, Mexico posted a trade deficit of $1.273 billion, compared ...
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