NEW YORK -- The retail sector in Mexico has begun to show signs of shaking off its recent slowdown. The pickup in retail sales, which first became noticeable in the second quarter of this year, is mainly due to the Mexican government's economic stimulation measures, according to Alberto Montagne, a securities analyst at Lehman Bros., New York. Montagne, in a recent report on the Mexican economy and four Mexican retail companies, said he expects the sales growth "to expand more positively ...

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