MEXICO CITY, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Mexico's trade deficit narrowed in July as factory exports remained steady while consumer imports sagged amid faltering economic growth in Latin America's No. 2 economy. Consumer goods imports dipped 1.69 percent compared with June, suggesting weaker domestic demand, according to seasonally adjusted data released on Monday by the national statistics agency. Mexico's economy slowed in the second quarter from ...
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