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Mexico lead the so-called "Death Watch", with 10 journalists murdered through the end of August, the International Press Institute said.
U.S. Manufacturers Head to Mexico Since 2006, 28,000 people have been killed as narcotics cartels fight one another and police to grab a larger share of $39 billion in drug sales annually to the U.S. Companies are enticed by a peso that has weakened 21 percent against the dollar since 2008.
“Mexico is very well-positioned to take advantage of U.S. growth,” says Edgardo Sternberg, an emerging-market debt strategist at Boston-based Loomis Sayles & Co., which manages about $140 billion in assets.
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