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The code in csvsimple.sty uses \roman in five places; since \roman is redefined by babel-spanish, this usage breaks. You can file a bug report to the author and, in the meantime, fix yourself the issue. \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.csv} n,pibreal,pibnom,deflactor,c,isr,trc,tdeflactado,trcdeflactado,I,x,m ...


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I've found a post suggesting that the problem is related to how spanish treats roman numbers, and suggest to use es-lcroman and es-ucroman. Only es-lcroman doesn't present the issue, which according to the manual it just ignores roman conversion and allows latex to define them.



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