UPDATE 2-Mexico manufacturing exports weak in October

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(Recasts, adds byline) By Brian Winter MEXICO CITY, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Mexico's manufacturing exports were unexpectedly weak in October, growing just 5.6 percent compared to a year ago as U.S. demand slackened. Total exports still rose 12 percent due to high oil prices, but some economists were concerned that Mexico's industrial link with the United States -- where it sends 90 percent of its exports -- may be fraying despite continued growth there. "My sense is that this is fool's ...

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