MEXICO CITY, Jan 16 Mexican retailers expect
sales growth to slow slightly in 2020 after a
stronger-than-expected performance last year, a top industry
association said on Thursday.
MEXICO CITY Spurred on by labor protections in the new North American trade deal, a top Mexican trade union has accused Home Depot of blocking union activity and threatened strikes next week if the U.S. home improvement chain does not improve pay and benefits for workers.
SAO PAULO/MEXICO CITY Latin American delivery startup Rappi said on Thursday it has laid off 6% of its workforce, less than a year after Japan's SoftBank Group invested nearly $1 billion in the company.
MEXICO CITY Walmart last year launched its biggest expansion in Mexico since 2013, opening 134 new stores in its top foreign market and boosting its presence by nearly 5%, the retailer said Wednesday.
MEXICO CITY "We're going to help you understand your missed opportunities," the boss of delivery app Rappi tells restaurants and food brands. "Why Wednesday is maybe not the best day for you, or why lunch is better than dinner."
MEXICO CITY Mexico City's new ban on plastic bags has inspired visions of a journey back in time even as local makers of the packaging worry they could become obsolete. | Video
WASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY Top officials from Canada, Mexico and the United States signed a fresh overhaul of their quarter-century-old regional trade pact on Tuesday that aims to improve enforcement of worker rights and hold down prices for biologic drugs by eliminating a patent provision.
MEXICO CITY Mexico's security minister said on Friday that U.S. efforts to curb the opioid fentanyl were behind the brief arrest of a son of imprisoned kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman last month in Sinaloa, home turf for the notorious Sinaloa Cartel.
CULIACAN, Mexico/MEXICO CITY Stunned residents of the Mexican city of Culiacan gingerly ventured back into the streets on Friday as police cleared away shell casings and scorched cars from an eruption of gangland violence on the home turf of the notorious Sinaloa Cartel.
MEXICO CITY Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim said on Wednesday that he expects to invest up to $5 billion in Mexican infrastructure during the current administration as he delivered a full-throated endorsement of the economy despite investor jitters.