S&P sees 'important' risks in Mexico

S&P sees 'important' risks in Mexico

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S&P Global Ratings sees a number of "important" risks to Mexico's credit profile, including an increase in debt after the GDP contracted sharply during the COVID-19 pandemic last year, said an analyst at the rating agency. "We see the risks, but we see that there are maybe policies that may address those risks," the analyst said. S&P affirmed Mexico's BBB long-term foreign currency rating and maintained a negative outlook on Tuesday, hinting at a possible downgrade in the next 12 months 

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