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Business Mexico

  • Smurfit Kappa Raises Dividends

    Gary McGann, CEO of Smurfit Kappa Group, talks about the challenges in the packaging business but said there would be ebbs and flows throughout the year.

  • Santelli Exchange: DOJ Goes After S&P

    CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses what worries him about bank liquidity in Mexico, and weighs in on the Justice Department's civil lawsuit against Standard & Poor's.

  • Focus on Emerging Markets

    Martin Lakos, Division Director at Macquarie Private Wealth talks about the focus on emerging markets particularly Mexico, India and Thailand.

  • The world's top economic policymakers are likely to discuss how Japan's new monetary and fiscal policy drive is weakening the yen when they meet next month, but will stop well short of calling it a competitive devaluation, G20 officials said.

  • Mexico's Fin Min: We Have Done Our Work

    Luis Videgaray, Mexico's finance minister, tells CNBC that Mexico is now a stable economy with low inflation, a balanced budget and a strong well capitalised banking system.

  • Why Has the Gloss Come Off Brazil?

    James Lockhart Smith, head of Latin America at Maplecroft, tells CNBC that Brazil has some real problems with its growth story, including a high cost of doing business.

  • Demonstrators take part in a protest against government's health cuts and privatisation plans in Madrid on December 16, 2012.

    Latin American markets have been a prime target for Spanish companies because of their language advantage, and giants such as Telefonica and Banco Santander have increased their exposure there to compensate for problems in their domestic market.

  • A van covered by a mural sits parked outside a Walt-Mart Super Center in Mexico City, Saturday, April 21, 2012.  Wal-Mart Stores Inc. hushed up a vast bribery campaign that top executives of its Mexican subsidiary carried out to build stores across Mexico, according to a published report by the New York Times. Wal-Mart is Mexico's largest private employer. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)

    U.S. lawmakers on Thursday released documents they said showed Wal-Mart Stores' CEO was informed in 2005 of Mexico bribery allegations.

  • Walmex Documents Highlighted

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports more documents related to the Wal-Mart-Mexican bribery allegations have surfaced.

  • What Did Wal-Mart Know of Bribery Activity in Mexico?

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports U.S. lawmakers are saying Wal-Mart's CEO know of the Mexican bribery allegations back in 2005.

  • Cramer: Get Some International Diversification

    The best way to play Japan, Europe, Latin America and China in 2013, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer.

  • Next Year's International Heavyweights

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera takes a look at which countries could emerge as global leaders in 2013.

  • New Details In Wal-Mart Bribery Scandal

    A New York Times article on the Wal-Mart bribery scandal alleges a pervasive pattern of bribery during the construction of 19 different stores in Mexico, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera. Nelson Lichtenstein, Center for the Study of Work, Labor & Democracy, and Ken Langone, Invemed Associates chairman, discuss.

  • Opportunities in EM Currencies

    Kathy Lien, Managing Director, BK Asset Management explains why the Mexican Peso and the Korean Won can provide good opportunities for investors looking to tap emerging market currencies.

  • The panic about the looming "fiscal cliff" in the U.S. has led investors to look for hedges against the government failing to avert a fall over the combination of tax rises and spending cuts scheduled for 2013.

  • Mexico Is Taking Off: Analyst

    Irenea Renuncio, senior Latin America analyst at Maplecroft, tells CNBC that Mexico could soon overtake Brazil in terms of growth as it is a lot easier to do business in the country.

  • A miner from the Lonmin Platinum mine returns to work after Lonmin resolved a five-week strike by agreeing to pay raises of up to 22 percent, in Marikana, Rustenburg, South Africa, Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012. (AP Photo/Denis Farrell)

    John Smith, Silver Standard Resources CEO, discusses his latest mining project in Mexico, which holds one of the world's largest silver reserves.

  • Mexico is the next hot market, but Africa disappoints.

  • Austin, Texas

    Every day, about 10 Kansas City Southern trains hauling everything from cars to chemicals crisscross the border between Mexico and the United States at Laredo, Texas, up from about six three years ago.

  • Wal-Mart Workers Announce Strike

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on a strike Wal-Mart employees are planning for Black Friday, and that the company is saying "investigations regarding allegations of potential FCPA violations have been commenced in a number of foreign markets."