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In 1981 the Mexican economy registered a high rate of growth (a little over 8%) for the fourth consecutive year. This meant that the per capita product increased 23% over this period and there was a continued reduction in unemployment and underemployment, which have traditionally constituted one of the country's most serious problems. This performance is even more heartening if consideration is given to the conditions experienced by nearly all the industrialized economies, which perceptibly affected the growth rate of most of the Latin American countries.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development
Countries: Mexico
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