INEGIInstituto Nacional de Estadística Geografíca e Informática (Mexico)
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Mexico s imports also rose in the first six months compared with last year, climbing 33.6 percent to $140.95 billion, according to Inegi, which noted that while imports of consumer goods rose 35 percent, purchases of capital goods from abroad slipped 4.1 percent.
A similar pattern prevailed when Inegi asked their respondents whether or not now was a good time to buy durables.
The Inegi report indicated consumer spending was responsible for 70 percent of GDP last year and it was bolstered by favorable interest rates.
1.09 million Mexicans were employed by the industry at the end of June 2002, INEGI said.