Latin America Roundup

24/02/2006 | Emerging Markets Reporters

Mexico Trade Surplus

Mexico's exports surged up 36% in January from a year earlier, driven by petroleum products. The rise outpaced a 23% annual jump in imports leaving the trade surplus at $398 million.

- Information provided by Euromoney group sources.

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