MEXICO CITY, Dec 21 Mexican President Andres
Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday that construction to convert
a military airstrip into a commercial airport will begin in
January, setting into motion a controversial plan to replace a
partly built hub he is scrapping.
MEXICO CITY/SAN FRANCISCO Mexican and U.S. officials charged with carrying out a radical new change in U.S. immigration policy to process asylum seekers in Mexico say they have not been informed about how the plan will work in practice .
MEXICO CITY, Dec 20 Mexico's president said on
Thursday that he plans for the military to build an urban
development in the capital worth up to $1.5 billion, dashing the
chances for private firms to swoop in on one of Mexico City's
last undeveloped swaths of land.
MEXICO CITY Wal-Mart de Mexico said on Thursday Costa Rica's competition regulator had notified the company that it opposes its plan to buy 52 local supermarkets, which would grow its store tally in the Central American nation to more than 300.
MEXICO CITY Cornershop, a Latin American grocery delivery app being acquired by Walmart, plans to expand into Canada early next year as a test market for the United States, an executive for the three-year-old mobile app said.
MEXICO CITY, Nov 14 Cornershop, a Latin American
grocery delivery app being acquired by Walmart, plans to expand
into Canada early next year as a test market for the United
States, an executive for the three-year-old mobile app said.
MEXICO CITY A decision on Monday by Mexico's next president to scrap a partly built $13 billion (£10.2 billion)
TEXCOCO, Mexico, Oct 29 Construction work on a
futuristic new Mexico City airport continued on Monday even
after the country's incoming president said he was cancelling
the $13 billion project, leaving perplexed workers with their
jobs on the line.
MEXICO CITY Mexican bottler and retailer Fomento Economico Mexicano said on Friday that third-quarter revenue grew nearly 8 percent from a year earlier, driven by higher traffic at its Oxxo convenience store chain.
MEXICO CITY Amazon.com Inc is scouting for land in central Mexico for a fourth distribution center in the country, sources said, aiming at a bigger slice of the burgeoning e-commerce market in Latin America's second-largest economy.