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According to WB, UN, and OECD, the growth of the real GDP was the highest in 2010 following the bottom of -4.7% in 2009. After the slump to 1.4% in 2013, GDP growth has stabilized at the level of about 2.2%-2.5%.

IMF predicts GDP growth in Mexico to remain constant of about 3% since 2019.

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