MEXICO CITY, Dec 26 (Reuters) - Mexican factory exports rose in November in a sign of strengthening U.S. demand, but non-oil consumer imports dipped, signaling a wobbly recovery in Latin America's second economy. Manufactured exports rose 0.73 percent in November compared with October, according to seasonally adjusted data released on Thursday by the national statistics agency. Auto related exports rose 4.83 percent last month, its fastest pace ...
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