Michael Henderson, Latin America economist at Maplecroft, discusses the effect of tapering on Brazil and Mexico.» Read More
Agustin Carstens, governor of the Central Bank of Mexico, says that reform will bring a lot of competitiveness to Mexico's energy market.
VIENNA, Nov 14- America Movil does not plan a hostile takeover bid for Telekom Austria following its failed attempt to buy Dutch company KPN, its chief executive said. But CEO Daniel Hajj said America Movil had not acquired its stake a year ago in order to mount a takeover and saw itself as a stable partner of fellow large shareholder Austria.
MADRID, Nov 14- Mexican frozen food company Sigma Alimentos has launched a 695 million euro takeover bid for Spanish meat processor Campofrio at a price analysts said could tempt its leading shareholder to sell.
AGUASCALIENTES, Mexico, Nov 12- Japan's Nissan Motor Co Ltd will be producing 1 million cars in Mexico by 2016, cementing Mexico's position as export hub for Nissan in the Americas, Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn told Reuters on Tuesday as he inaugurated a $2 billion plant.
MEXICO CITY, Nov 12- After pioneering the cultivation of corn thousands of years ago, Mexico must overcome the weight of history to give the go-ahead to allow genetically modified strains into its fields.
Nissan Renault Chairman & CEO Carlos Ghosn discusses manufacturing in Mexico how his company is using the country as an export hub for its cars.
Mexico is seeing an investment totaling $10 billion in new automobile manufacturing plants, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
MEXICO CITY, Nov 11- Mexico's new telecommunications watchdog said on Monday it may identify this month which companies dominate the local market, likely paving the way for tougher regulation against telecom company America Movil and broadcaster Televisa.
Mexico expects $35 billion in foreign investments, this year. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports why companies are pouring billions of dollars into the country, which is becoming a major manufacturing hub.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the manufacturing resurgence taking place in Mexico and compares Mexican momentum to China's boom in the 90's.
DETROIT, Nov 7- Tesla Motor Inc's Model S electric car has suffered its third fire in six weeks. The accident occurred in Smyrna, Tennessee, where Nissan Motor Co makes the Leaf electric car. The Tennessee Highway Patrol said the incident occurred on Interstate 24 in Smyrna around 1:30 pm.
DETROIT, Nov 7- Tesla Motor Inc's Model S electric car has suffered its third fire in six weeks. The Tesla Motors Club website is running pictures and a story about another fire involving a Model S on Wednesday afternoon that a company spokeswoman confirmed.
NEW YORK, Nov 1- Nasdaq OMX Group Inc closed its second-largest options market for much of Friday after a spike in volume hampered the exchange's ability to accept orders and distribute quotes, the latest glitch to hit U.S. market operators.
John Vail, Chief Global Strategist, Investment Strategy Group at Nikko Asset Management says Mexico's attractiveness lies in its improving macro outlook.
MEXICO CITY, Oct 30- Thousands of people were evacuated in western Mexico on Wednesday morning after thieves tapping a pipeline run by state oil monopoly Pemex caused a major gasoline leak.
MEXICO CITY, Oct 30- Saddled with a tax rate of almost 100 percent, Mexican state oil company Pemex hands over so much cash to the government that it has only a fraction of the money it needs to invest in production and exploration.
NEW YORK, Oct 29- The World Federation of Exchanges, the trade association for the operators of regulated financial exchanges, said on Tuesday it will move its headquarters to London from Paris by year-end to help it better engage with the global financial community.
VANCOUVER/ TORONTO, Oct 24- Goldcorp Inc raised its cost estimate for building a gold mine at its Cerro Negro site in Argentina by up to a third on Thursday, and said production at the project, which is one of the company's three big mining developments, would be delayed.
MEXICO CITY/ MONTERREY, Oct 24- Mexico's Cemex, one of the world's biggest cement companies, reported a wider-than-expected quarterly loss on Thursday as taxes increased, but sales picked up, especially in the United States, sparking a nearly 4 percent jump in its shares.
MEXICO CITY, Oct 24- Mexico's Cemex, one of the world's biggest cement companies, reported a wider-than-expected quarterly loss on Thursday as taxes and financial expenses increased. The Monterrey- based company posted a third-quarter loss of $155 million, compared with analysts' average forecast of a loss of $22 million, according to a Reuters survey.