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Mexican economy stagnates in second quarter, weaker than earlier estimated

2:38pm BST

MEXICO CITY Mexican gross domestic product was unchanged in the second quarter from the preceding three months, slightly weaker than a preliminary estimate published last month, data from the national statistics agency INEGI showed on Friday.

Mexican Senate bust-up exposes fragility of president's ruling party

12:07pm BST

MEXICO CITY A fight among leaders of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's ruling party is unlikely to weaken his iron grip on the country, but the row has also underlined how fragile the political legacy he is seeking to build may be.

Mexico and U.S. reach deal to end tomato tariff dispute

21 Aug 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexican tomato producers struck a last-minute agreement with the Trump administration to avert an anti-dumping investigation and end a tariff dispute that has rumbled on for months, government officials said on Wednesday.

Mexico pushes U.S. to designate El Paso shooting an act of terrorism

14 Aug 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico's government on Wednesday amplified its assertion that the Aug. 3 mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, was an act of terrorism against Mexicans, urging the United States to ensure the attack was designated as such.

It's up to EU to avoid no-deal Brexit, says Raab

08 Aug 2019

MEXICO CITY Britain's foreign minister on Thursday pressed the European Union to amend the terms of Britain's EU withdrawal agreement, saying Brussels would have to take responsibility for a no-deal Brexit if it does not compromise. | Video

It's up to EU to avoid no-deal Brexit, says UK foreign minister

08 Aug 2019

MEXICO CITY Britain's foreign minister on Thursday pressed the European Union to amend the terms of Britain's EU withdrawal agreement, saying Brussels would have to take responsibility for a no-deal Brexit if it does not compromise. | Video

UPDATE 3-Mexico narrowly escapes recession, ekes out minimal 2nd-qtr growth

31 Jul 2019

MEXICO CITY, July 31 Mexico narrowly avoided slipping into a recession during the first half of 2019 as gross domestic product grew by a fraction in the second quarter, data showed on Wednesday, but economic weakness persisted across the board.

Mexican leader admits shortcomings on security at launch of new police force

30 Jun 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Sunday his 7-month-old government had yet to make progress in tackling record levels of violence afflicting the country as he launched a new militarised police force tasked with fixing the problem.

Mexico seeks closer China business ties during testing time on trade

29 Jun 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico wants to deepen economic ties with China by increasing its exports and attracting more investment from the Asian country, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said on Saturday ahead of a visit to Beijing.

At G20, Canada raises concern about Mexico gas pipeline row

29 Jun 2019

MEXICO CITY Canada expressed its concern about a gas pipeline dispute that has raised diplomatic tensions with Mexico during the Group of 20 nations summit in Japan, but the matter could be resolved soon, Mexican Finance Minister Carlos Urzua said on Saturday.

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