MEXICO CITY/WASHINGTON Mexican business leaders on Wednesday began poring over texts of a new stricter trade deal with the United States and Canada, looking for details of how more intrusive enforcement of labor rules in Mexico would affect their operations. | Video
MEXICO CITY, Dec 11 After the initial euphoria
had subsided, Mexican business leaders emerged bruised and
resigned to a new stricter trade deal with the United States and
Canada that could usher in more intrusive enforcement of labor
rules in Mexico.
MEXICO CITY A high level delegation of Chinese and Mexican business and government representatives are scheduled to meet in Mexico City on Tuesday and Wednesday to discuss trade and foreign investment, industry executives said.
MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday that his government was committed to fighting organized crime, seeking to dispel fears that the United States could take matters in its own hands in the fight against drug cartels.
MEXICO CITY, Nov 26 An agreement between
Mexico's government and the private sector to invest in
infrastructure is "positive" and could lift weak economic
growth, an analyst at rating agency Moody's Investors Service
said on Tuesday, though challenges persist.
SANTIAGO Father-of-three Alex Nunez was returning from work in October during a military curfew imposed to curb violent protests in Chile's capital Santiago when, his family say, he was chased by three police officers who beat him badly.
SANTIAGO Chile's copper mines have mostly maintained production and kept operations running normally in the face of weeks of unrest in the country, industry insiders told Reuters, though scattered incidents have hit some operations and uncertainty lingers.
SANTIAGO Harnessing the same energy that has galvanized millions of people to take to the streets in protest, a spectacle unseen since the bloody fight against a dictatorship three decades ago, Chileans have organised town halls to take the country's future into their own hands. | Video
MEXICO CITY Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took office in December, promising not to repeat the "failed policies" of past administrations that have done little to stem a tide of drug-related violence that cost some 29,000 lives last year.
MEXICO CITY Ivan Archivaldo Guzman, the leader of Los Chapitos wing of the Sinaloa Cartel, was behind the assault on security forces that prompted the release of his half-brother from a house in the city of Culiacan last week, a top Mexican official said.