MEXICO CITY, June 1- The United States and Mexico have moved closer to a deal in talks over a prolonged sugar trade dispute, but there is no guarantee that an accord will be reached, Mexico's Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said on Thursday. The ongoing spat is hanging over the upcoming start of talks between Mexico, the United States and Canada to renegotiate...
CARTAGENA, Colombia, June 1- Colombian bank Davivienda will issue local and international bonds worth 1 trillion pesos during the remainder of this year, the bank's president said on Thursday. "We have close to 500 billion pesos in bonds that were issued seven years ago that are coming due," President Efrain Forero told Reuters at a banking conference in Cartagena.
BERLIN, June 1- Restrictions on bringing large electronic devices into aircraft cabins on certain routes to the United States are affecting traffic between the Middle East and the United States, a global airlines' association said on Thursday. In March, the United States announced restrictions on large electronic items, such as laptops, on flights originating...
SAO PAULO, May 31- Brazilian and Mexican stocks fell on Wednesday, tracking a decline in commodities prices, while Latin American currencies gained as political tension in Washington broadly weighed on the dollar. Shares of Brazilian iron ore miner Vale SA and state-controlled oil company Petróleo Brasileiro SA fell along with Mexican miner Penoles as...
Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, who spied for the CIA before his drug trafficking and brutal regime sparked a U.S. invasion in 1989, has died aged 83.
MEXICO CITY, May 29- Mexico could slap a $90 million fine on those involved in an undeclared shipment of $450 million from the United States to Mexico last year although the funds do not appear to be of illicit origin, Mexican tax officials said. In October, Mexico's tax authority SAT said it had detected a package containing bearer negotiable instruments worth...
Pacific Alliance countries are in talks to expand the trade bloc outside Latin America and into high-growth Asia amid uncertainty over TPP.
A day that began with largely peaceful protests against Venezuela's socialist government took a violent turn.
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DHS officials said that although any immigrant in the country illegally could be deported, the agency will prioritize those deemed a threat.
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President-elect Donald Trump or his team will not be be meeting with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, who stopped in the U.S. during her trip to the Americas.
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Customs and Border Protection officials deal with a sudden influx of families seeking asylum.
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Mexico said on Wednesday it would work with Donald Trump for the benefit of both nations after his surprise U.S. election win.
Colombia's government and leftist FARC rebels unveiled a peace deal to end a guerrilla war which almost made the country a failed state.
Senior U.S. Department of Justice officials overruled internal recommendations to prosecute HSBC for money-laundering violations because of concerns about the stability of the financial system, according to a congressional report.
Just 13 percent of people said they personally viewed Zika as a major threat, but most knew it is dangerous to pregnant women.
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