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Mexican government committee classifies auto industry as 'essential' ahead of reopening

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The Mexican government’s health committee on Tuesday announced plans to put key industries such as the automotive, mining and construction sectors into the “essential activities” bracket, paving the way for a wider reopening of the economy.

From June 1, Mexico’s health ministry will also allow for varying levels of economic, educational and social activities per state, to be defined on a weekly basis.

Reporting by Diego Ore and Mexico City newsroom; writing by Drazen Jorgic

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