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General government gross debt to GDP in Mexico has been growing every year since 2007 to 2016 except 2010 when it declined from 43.9% to 42.2%. Nowadays government debt is equal to 56% of GDP according to International Monetary Fund and it expects debt to reduce slowly in the near future.

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