In a fair deal of weaknesses, the Domestic Domestic Outturn (GDP) of the countries that comprise the Pacific Ocean Federation, Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Peru have been reduced in the third quarter, however , the local economy was regarded as the one with the best performance in the period.
On Monday, the Central Bank said Global Domestic Product (GDP) was successful in Chile in July, and, recording an extension of 2.8%, compared to a 4.5% increase and 5.4% recorded first and second, respectively.
The figure was greeted by the good performance of the museum, which grew at 7.1%, the highest of the second quarter of 2013, and which was largely opposed to & # 39; export bike.
At the same time, today, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) of Mexico reported that the economy increased by 2.5% in July of September compared to the same period of 2017, just under 2.6% in the second quarter, and led by the 3.2% extension of the third-level sector, which represents 60% of GDP, and which is including retail and services.
The time was marked by the end of the uncertainty about the reconciliation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the first resignation, as the future president of Mexico, of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who will be appointed this 1 December
In the case of Peru, the National Institute for Statistics and Indexing (INEI) reported that the economy grew 2.3% in the third quarter, a figure that was in fact; represented slowdown compared to the extension of the first and second quarters, 3.2% and 5.5%, respectively.
As in the case of Mexico, the increase was explained by the positive performance of private spending and investment, among the weakness of the export.
However, last week, the National Statistics Department (DANE) reported that Colombia's economy grew by 2.7% annually in the third quarter, a figure by 2.8% in April Concerning, and the average of market eye, but that revealed the revival of dangerous areas.