Current account balance in Mexico reached the peak of -0.4% of GDP in 2010. The all-time low of about -3.4% of GDP was observed in 2016 according to OECD and EC, or -2.9% in 2015 according to IMF.

IMF agrees with EC and OECD that current account balance will be about 3% by 2018, but also IMF who gives a longer forecast,  say it will rise slowly since 2019.

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