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Mexico inflation eases less than expected in early July

MEXICO CITY Mexico's annual inflation rate eased less than expected in the first half of July, data showed on Monday, but still lent weight to the central bank's view that price pressures in Latin America's second biggest economy may be peaking.

Five killed in Mexico City shootings

MEXICO CITY Five people were killed and nearly a dozen injured in separate shootings in Mexico City on Sunday, authorities said, adding to a growing death toll in the capital which has largely been spared the criminal violence plaguing the country.

Jul 23 2017

Mexico's Pemex concludes $5 billion bond deal to aid finances

MEXICO CITY Mexico's Pemex reopened two long-term bonds to raise some $5 billion on international markets, using some of the proceeds to repurchase debt expiring over the next two years, the state-run oil company said on Sunday.

Jul 23 2017

Mexico ruling party well behind upstart leftist in voter poll

MEXICO CITY Mexico's ruling party is running in third place with less than a year to go before the next presidential election, well behind the new party of leftist hopeful Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, an opinion poll showed on Sunday.

Jul 23 2017

Mexican former state governor to be tried for organized crime

MEXICO CITY A former state governor from Mexico's ruling party will stand trial for engaging in organized crime and handling funds of illicit origin after a judge reviewing evidence approved the case, the attorney general's office said on Saturday.

Jul 23 2017

Mexico economy minister eyes multiple rounds of NAFTA talks

MEXICO CITY There could be between six to nine rounds of negotiations between the United States, Canada and Mexico in the event a quick deal is reached on a revamp of the North American Trade Agreement, Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said.

Jul 22 2017

Mexico City spike in crime, violence sparks fears of cartel warfare

MEXICO CITY The sight of vehicles set ablaze by cartels has mostly been confined to lawless stretches of Mexico's provinces, so the appearance of burning buses in Mexico City this week has stoked fears that the drug gangs' violence is spreading to the capital. | Video

Jul 22 2017

WTO better for solving U.S. trade spats than NAFTA tool: Mexico minister

MEXICO CITY Mexico's economy minister said on Thursday the World Trade Organization (WTO) has been more effective in resolving U.S. trade disputes than the so-called Chapter 19 mechanism, which the United States hopes to ditch as part of NAFTA talks.

Jul 20 2017

Mexico marines kill eight suspected gangsters in Mexico City

MEXICO CITY At least eight suspected gang members died on Thursday in a gun battle with Mexican marines in Mexico City, which has largely been spared the worst of the country's drug violence.

Jul 20 2017

Mexico urges Venezuela to suspend plans for constituent assembly

MEXICO CITY Mexico's government on Thursday urged Venezuela's government to suspend a planned July 30 vote to elect a constituent assembly with powers to rewrite the constitution and override all other institutions, including the current opposition-led legislature.

Jul 20 2017

Motor racing: Mexico GP to build on Day of the Dead theme

LONDON Mexican Grand Prix organizers are planning to bring more of a flavor of the country's Day of the Dead festivities to this year's race, after previous reticence due to Formula One's inherent danger and tragic past.

Jul 20 2017

Tesoro fuel transport via Pemex lines in Mexico could begin in September

MEXICO CITY U.S. refiner Tesoro Corp could begin transporting gasoline and diesel through the pipeline network owned by Mexico's national oil company Pemex in September, an executive with the Mexican firm said on Wednesday.

Jul 19 2017

U.N. experts seek halt to use of spyware in Mexico and want full probe

GENEVA U.N. human rights experts called on the government of Mexico on Wednesday to "cease the surveillance immediately" of activists and journalists and to conduct a fully impartial investigation into the illegal spying.

Jul 19 2017

Next Mexico deepwater oil tender may draw from three Gulf basins

MEXICO CITY Mexico will announce later this week the bid terms and blocks up for grabs in its next deepwater oil tender, which may include the first areas from the Cordilleras Mexicanas basin, a senior official said on Monday.

Jul 18 2017

Mexico minister queries U.S. talk on cutting NAFTA trade deficits

MEXICO CITY Mexico's economy minister on Tuesday expressed concern that the United States was insisting on reducing trade deficits in objectives it set out for the renegotiation of the NAFTA trade deal, a document he nevertheless said contained "no surprises."

Jul 18 2017

Mexico welcomes U.S. NAFTA objectives, eyes stronger North America

MEXICO CITY Mexico's government on Monday said it would work to strengthen the North American economy after the United States published its objectives for the renegotiation of the NAFTA trade deal, which one Mexican official described as "not as bad" as feared.

Jul 17 2017

Disgraced ex-governor extradited from Guatemala to Mexico

MEXICO CITY A former state governor from Mexico's ruling party wanted for embezzlement and organized crime arrived in the country on Monday after being extradited from Guatemala, the Mexican government said.

Jul 17 2017

Mexico ruling party mulls tweaking rules for presidential selection

MEXICO CITY Mexico's ruling party is weighing changes to its internal rules that could broaden its base of candidates for the 2018 presidential election, a senior official said, potentially opening the door to outsiders less tainted by scandal.

Jul 14 2017

Mexico extends offer to bring home undeclared capital from abroad

MEXICO CITY Mexico will extend a tax repatriation plan aimed at bolstering the country's paltry fiscal revenues after it pulled in nearly 76 billion pesos ($4.3 billion) in the first half of the year, President Enrique Pena Nieto said on Friday.

Jul 14 2017

Mexico finance minister says NAFTA talks create economic uncertainty

MEXICO CITY Mexican Finance Minister Jose Antonio Meade said on Friday that upcoming talks with the United States and Canada to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) are a major source of uncertainty for the economy.

Jul 14 2017
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