Mexico’s Economic Slowdown and Economic Developments in Spain and Argentina

Simply Economics, from Mexico

May 20 2024 • 6 mins

Mexico's economy shows signs of deceleration, growing 2.4% in March and 1.7% in April. In Spain, tensions between major Spanish companies and the President of Argentina could impact their economic relationship. The Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Business in Spain reveals a reduction in the trade deficit, while the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security, and Migration announces a new policy. The textile industry in Spain is also in focus. Stay updated on the economic landscape in Mexico, Spain, and Argentina with Simply Economics. Sources: Outline: (00:00:00) Introduction (00:00:37) The economy grew 2.4% in March and 1.7% in April, INEGI calculates (00:02:59) EFE Economy Topics of the Day on Monday, May 20, 2024 (1:00 p.m.)