MEXICO CITY Mexican officials on Friday admitted they had bungled the arrest of kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's son, who they let go during shootouts with drug gangs in the streets of a major city, but the president insisted his security strategy was working. | Video
MEXICO CITY Heavily armed fighters surrounded security forces in a Mexican city on Thursday and made them free one of drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman's sons, after his capture triggered gunbattles and a prison break that sent civilians scurrying for cover. | Video
SILAO, Mexico Half a continent away from the auto plants of Detroit, U.S. strikes at General Motors (GM) have sent shivers through the central Mexican city of Silao, where the local GM factory furloughed 6,000 workers last week when parts from the United States ran out.
MEXICO CITY Mexico will soon unveil a set of major infrastructure projects drawn up by the private sector to lift the economy, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Wednesday, seeking to banish the specter of recession from his young administration.
MEXICO CITY Mexican conglomerate Femsa said on Thursday it had signed a non-binding agreement to acquire a minority stake in U.S. cash-and-carry retailer Jetro Restaurant Depot, adding to recent investments by Mexican firms abroad.
MEXICO CITY, Sept 26 Mexican conglomerate Femsa
said on Thursday it had signed a non-binding
agreement to acquire a minority stake in U.S. cash-and-carry
retailer Jetro Restaurant Depot, adding to recent investments by
Mexican firms abroad.
MEXICO CITY Mexico's president on Thursday welcomed a proposal to give the alleged fortune of drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman to the country's indigenous people, and said the wealth of Mexican criminals in the United States should be returned to Mexico.
(This 3rd September story corrects name of former first lady to Angelica Rivera from Angela Rivera in paragraph 5)
MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador gears up for his first state of the union address on Sunday with the economy flirting with recession, murders reaching record levels - and his popularity riding high.
MEXICO CITY Mexico's government said on Tuesday it had persuaded companies to waive "significant" profits from natural gas pipeline deals signed under the previous administration after renegotiating the contracts to save taxpayers $4.5 billion.