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Anthony Scaramucci, Skybridge Capital, and John Spallanzani, GFI Group, discuss exposure and investment opportunities in Mexico.
AMATITAN, Mexico, Feb 11- An expected surge in Chinese demand should boost Mexico's tequila exports by 20 percent within a decade, according to the regulator of the country's signature cactus-based liquor, and producers are gearing up for a boom.
BOGOTA, Feb 10- Heads of state from South America's Pacific Alliance, comprising of Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru signed a deal on Monday that will scrap nine-tenths of tariffs on goods and services traded between them.
Rapid growth, a manufacturing boom and foreign involvement are boosting Mexico's economy, Finance Minister Luis Videgaray told CNBC.
Luis Videgaray, Mexico's finance minister, tells CNBC's Kelly Evans the Federal Reserve's tapering is a sign of the U.S. economic strength, which will help fuel Mexico's economy.
MEXICO CITY, Feb 6- Mexico's Cemex, one of the world's biggest cement companies, reported a smaller fourth-quarter loss on Thursday as it hiked prices and cement sales picked up in its foreign markets.
MEXICO CITY, Feb 6- Mexico's Cemex, one of the world's biggest cement companies, reported a smaller fourth-quarter loss on Thursday as cement sales picked up in its foreign markets. The Monterrey- based company said its loss had narrowed to $255 million from $494 million in the year-earlier quarter.
MEXICO CITY, Feb 6- Mexico's Cemex, one of the world's biggest cement companies, reported a smaller fourth-quarter loss on Thursday.
MEXICO CITY, Feb 5- Mexico became only the second country in Latin America to earn a coveted "A" grade sovereign rating after Moody's upgraded it on Wednesday, citing major economic reforms that President Enrique Pena Nieto has pushed through Congress.
MEXICO CITY, Feb 5- British companies recognize the security threats posed by Mexico's drug violence but are more focused on opportunities in a batch of economic reforms in Latin America's No.2 economy, Britain's visiting deputy prime minister said on Wednesday.
Rodolfo Martell, director and portfolio manager at BlackRock, says the Fed tapering is a "tough medicine to swallow" for emerging markets but it forces them to take "necessary steps" to correct imbalances.
*Fresnillo says confident will win court case. LONDON, Jan 28- Mexican miner Fresnillo said it expects to win a court case in the coming days which would be a step towards lifting a ban on explosives at one of its gold mines that has paralysed production.
LONDON, Jan 28- Mexican precious metals miner Fresnillo said on Tuesday it had hit its 2013 production target for silver, but just missed a target for gold that had been lowered because of a ban on the use of explosives at one of its mines.
Jan 28- Honda Motor Co last year exported more cars out of the United States than it imported into the country, claiming a first among major Japanese automakers.
Jan 27- For other related diaries, please. TUESDAY, JAN 28 BRUSSELS- IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble and Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos will attend an IMF book launch function "Jobs and Growth: Supporting the European Recovery"- 0700 GMT.
A key theme at Davos was competitiveness between the US and Europe. And it was calibrated on one axis: energy, says Dan Yergin.
Luis Videgaray Caso, Mexico's finance minister, expects the market to "differentiate" Mexico from other emerging markets due to the country's good fundamentals and "strong reform agenda."
Foreign investment in Mexico doubled last year to $28 billion thanks to wide-ranging reforms to the economy. Up next: privatizing the energy industry.
MEXICO CITY, Jan 15- Mexico has identified about 270 multinational companies that may be using aggressive tax planning to shirk their fiscal responsibilities in Latin America's No. 2 economy, the head of the country's tax collection office said on Wednesday.
LONDON, Jan 24- Nestle plans to invest $1 billion in Mexico over five years, building two new factories and expanding a third in its sixth-biggest market, it said on Friday. The world's No. 1 food maker said it would build an infant nutrition factory in Jalisco and a pet-food factory in Guanajuato, as well as expanding an existing cereal factory.