MEXICO CITY, Oct 25 (Reuters) – Mexican imports slowed inSeptember, allowing Latin America’s number two economy to postits biggest trade surplus in six months but bolstering fears ofslower growth.Imports fell 1.44 percent last month, weighed down by aslump in purchases of unfinished goods such as car parts. Thatpushed the trade surplus to a six-month high of $437 million, the biggest since March, the national statisticsagency said on Thursday.via UPDATE 2-Mexico Sept trade surplus is biggest in six months | Reuters.
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