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Mexico central bank chief says 'pause' on cuts gives options, economy nears more optimistic forecast

13 Nov 2020

MEXICO CITY The Bank of Mexico's governor said a pause in its cycle of interest rate cuts gives policymakers options depending on trends in inflation and that the country's economic recovery is more closely mirroring the bank's more optimistic forecasts.

Latino Democrats tell Mexican president to get with the program and back Biden

09 Nov 2020

MEXICO CITY The Mexican president's hesitation over congratulating Joe Biden on his U.S. presidential election win drew flack from several Latino Democratic lawmakers, warning it risked souring a restart to bilateral ties after years of tension under Donald Trump.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Latino Democrats tell Mexican president to get with the program and back Biden

09 Nov 2020

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CORRECTED-Latino Democrats tell Mexican president to get with the program and back Biden

09 Nov 2020

MEXICO CITY, Nov 8 The Mexican president's hesitation over congratulating Joe Biden on his U.S. presidential election win drew flack from several Latino Democratic lawmakers who warned it risked souring a restart to bilateral ties after years of tension under Donald Trump.

Latino Democrats tell Mexican president to get with the program and back Biden

09 Nov 2020

MEXICO CITY The Mexican president's hesitation over congratulating Joe Biden on his U.S. presidential election win drew flack from several Latino Democratic lawmakers, warning it risked souring a restart to bilateral ties after years of tension under Donald Trump.

Mexico's president won't congratulate Biden until legal challenges resolved

08 Nov 2020

MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Saturday he would not congratulate a winner of the U.S. presidential election until legal challenges are concluded, in an apparent bid to avoid friction with Washington during the transition.

U.S. lawmakers complain to Trump over Mexican energy policy

23 Oct 2020

MEXICO CITY More than 40 U.S. lawmakers have written a letter to President Donald Trump expressing concern that the Mexican government is threatening U.S. energy companies' investments and market access, as well as undermining a regional trade deal.

Mexico could share some COVID-19 vaccine liabilities with laboratories

21 Oct 2020

MEXICO CITY Mexico could share some liabilities arising from any adverse side effects of the COVID-19 vaccines used in the country, but it will negotiate the issue once laboratories have finished developing the medicines, the foreign ministry said on Tuesday.

CORRECTED-Mexico could absorb some COVID-19 vaccine liabilities

20 Oct 2020

MEXICO CITY, Oct 20 Mexico's government could absorb some liabilities arising from unexpected side effects of COVID-19 vaccines but is not considering creating a fund to do so, a top official said.

New coronavirus rapid diagnostic tests will be game changer: PAHO director

14 Oct 2020

MEXICO CITY Rapid antigen diagnostic tests for the novel coronavirus will be a game changer in the fight against the pandemic, the Pan American Health Organization's (PAHO) director Carissa Etienne said on Wednesday.

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