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Despite Violence, Mexico's Economy Begins to Improve
Friday, October 1, 2010
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Shocking and disturbing reports keep coming out of Mexico. The drug-related violence is a tragedy for the country, and it causes uncertainty for all those who invest there as well. But behind the headlines, the nation's economy, the peso and the equity markets have begun a recovery. Risks remain, of course, not the least of which is the violence. But with continued growth in the all-important U.S. economy, sustained economic and market gains seem very likely for the country.

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