(Recasts throughout with details, background, adds byline) By Greg Brosnan MEXICO CITY, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Mexico's economy will likely grow 4.2 percent this year, Finance Minister Francisco Gil said on Wednesday, contradicting rosier predictions this week by outgoing President Vicente Fox. Fox, whose six-year term ends in December, said on Tuesday the economy would grow between 4.5 and 5 percent. Mexico's economy grew only 3 percent in 2005, weighed down partly by sluggishness in ...
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