(Adds analyst comment, details) MEXICO CITY, July 27 (Reuters) - Mexico's economy will grow more than 4 percent in 2006 and create about 900,000 new jobs, surpassing earlier forecasts, the government said on Thursday. A surge in construction and manufacturing output, especially in the export of cars to the United States, has driven growth in recent months and pushed forecasts higher. Ruben Aguilar, the spokesman for President Vicente Fox, said the government was now raising its ...
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