A quiet manufacturing revolution in Mexico has allowed the country to emerge as a legitimate...


A quiet manufacturing revolution in Mexico has allowed the country to emerge as a legitimate export challenger to China, increasing its share of U.S. imports as China loses ground. "We believe this change is likely to be structural and persistent," says Barclays. Key has been free trade - Mexico has agreements with 44 countries, more than twice as many as China, and four times more than Brazil.
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