Mexico registered zero economic growth in the second quarter, according to revised data released Friday, meaning that Latin America’s second-biggest economy dodged a recession even more narrowly than previously thought.
“Gross domestic product (GDP)… registered no change in real terms in the second quarter of 2019,” Mexico’s official statistics institute, INEGI, said in a statement.
INEGI had initially said in July that GDP expanded by 0.1 percent in the period from April to June.
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