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Business Mexico

  • People take part in the Women's March in Ajijic, Mexico - a city with a large community of U.S. and Canadian nationals - January 21, 2017.

    The Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico turned up the heat on a simmering dispute over the project.

  • MEXICO CITY, March 26- Mexicans who help build U.S. President Donald Trump's planned border wall would be acting immorally and should be deemed traitors, the Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico said on Sunday, turning up the heat on a simmering dispute over the project. A spokesman for the Archdiocese, which centers on Mexico City and is presided over by the country's...

  • MEXICO CITY— The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico said Sunday that Mexican companies expressing interest in working on a border wall in the United States are betraying their country. The archdiocese said in an editorial that Mexican companies have expressed willingness to supply materials or work on the wall proposed by U.S. In a meeting with steel...

  • INDIANAPOLIS— The deal brokered by President Donald Trump to stem job losses at a Carrier Corp. factory in Indianapolis is unusual for the state of Indiana as it offers $7 million of incentives to a company still planning to cut about a third of its some 1,600 jobs. Most of the scant details that Indiana officials have released came on a one-page handout...

  • The chosen theme of the annual meeting at the beach resort of Acapulco was "liberalism versus populism," with President Enrique Pena Nieto, senior ministers, former U.S. President Donald Trump's populist jabs at Mexico have generated some sympathy for Pena Nieto at home. After extensive security checks in this fabled tourist destination that today struggles...

  • President Donald Trump's populist jabs at Mexico have generated some sympathy for Pena Nieto at home. After extensive security checks in this fabled tourist destination that today struggles with gang violence, Mexican bankers heard speakers condemn what Pena Nieto called the "easy escapes" and "magical solutions" of populism. Putting liberalism as all good...

  • President Donald Trump's populist jabs at Mexico have generated some sympathy for Pena Nieto at home. After extensive security checks in this fabled tourist destination that today struggles with gang violence, Mexican bankers heard speakers condemn what Pena Nieto called the "easy escapes" and "magical solutions" of populism. Putting liberalism as all good...

  • President Donald Trump's populist jabs at Mexico have generated some sympathy for Pena Nieto at home. After extensive security checks in this fabled tourist destination that today struggles with gang violence, Mexican bankers heard speakers condemn what Pena Nieto called the "easy escapes" and "magical solutions" of populism. Putting liberalism as all good...

  • President Donald Trump's populist jabs at Mexico have generated some sympathy for Pena Nieto at home. After extensive security checks in this fabled tourist destination that today struggles with gang violence, Mexican bankers heard speakers condemn what Pena Nieto called the "easy escapes" and "magical solutions" of populism. Putting liberalism as all good...

  • President Donald Trump's push to force U.S. industry to bring jobs home is opening investment avenues for Chinese companies in Mexico, an executive with Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, the country's largest lender, said on Friday. Yaogang Chen, head of ICBC's Mexico unit, said U.S. industry's loss could be China's gain. China's BAIC Motor Corp Ltd in June...

  • MEXICO CITY, March 24- Mexico's top poultry producer Bachoco has begun the recall of some 1 million pounds of breaded products from its U.S. unit OK Foods that it said were possibly contaminated with metal, the company said in a statement on Friday. Bachoco said the recalled products were produced in its Oklahoma City factory and that it had not confirmed reports...

  • The state of US-Mexico relations

    It's a positive development that President Trump has not been talking about who will pay for the border wall, notes Carlos Gutierrez of the Albright Stonebridge Group.

  • BRASILIA/ SAO PAULO, March 22- Brazil's antitrust watchdog Cade on Wednesday approved BM&FBovespa SA's takeover of rival Cetip SA Mercados Organizados, and will not require any antitrust measures beyond those the exchange and clearinghouse firms proposed themselves. The spike in shares was "mainly due to the approval of the deal with remedies that were not...

  • A group that claimed to be from Turkey crosses the U.S.-Canada border illegally leading into Hemmingford, Quebec.

    Here are some compelling scenes at the U.S.-Canadian border.

  • GARNER, Iowa/ MEXICO CITY, March 22- Farmers in the U.S. agricultural heartland that helped elect Donald Trump are now pushing his administration to avoid a trade dispute with Mexico, fearing retaliatory tariffs that could hit over $3 billion in U.S. exports. Pork producers contacted Trump's transition team soon after the Nov. 8 election to stress that...

  • GARNER, Iowa/ MEXICO CITY, March 22- Farmers in the U.S. agricultural heartland that helped elect Donald Trump are now pushing his administration to avoid a trade dispute with Mexico, fearing retaliatory tariffs that could hit over $3 billion in U.S. exports. Pork producers contacted Trump's transition team soon after the Nov. 8 election to stress that...

  • MEXICO CITY, March 21- Mexico's government on Tuesday warned Mexican companies that it would not be in their best "interests" to participate in the construction of U.S. His comments echo those of Mexico's foreign minister Luis Videgaray, who said on Friday that Mexican companies that see a business opportunity in the wall should "check their conscience" first.

  • MEXICO CITY, March 21- Mexico's government on Tuesday warned Mexican companies that it would not be in their best "interests" to participate in the construction of U.S. His comments echo those of Mexico's foreign minister Luis Videgaray, who said on Friday that Mexican companies that see a business opportunity in the wall should "check their conscience" first.

  • MEXICO CITY, March 21- Mexico's government on Tuesday warned Mexican companies that it would not be in their best "interests" to participate in the construction of U.S. His comments echo those of Mexico's foreign minister Luis Videgaray, who said on Friday that Mexican companies that see a business opportunity in the wall should "check their conscience" first.