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Mexico vows fuel theft crackdown after deadly pipeline blast

19 Jan 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador pledged to step up efforts to stamp out fuel theft on Saturday after an explosion at a pipeline killed at least 21 people and injured dozens more.

Mexico vows fuel theft crackdown after deadly pipeline blast

19 Jan 2019

MEXICO CITY, Jan 19 Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador pledged to step up efforts to stamp out fuel theft on Saturday after an explosion at a pipeline killed at least 21 people and injured dozens more.

'Zero coordination': Mexico's war on fuel theft risks economic chaos

14 Jan 2019

MEXICO CITY Conceived as a bold plan to attack corruption, a crackdown by Mexico's new president on rampant fuel theft has turned into a battle to prevent economic chaos after state governments, businesses and consumers were caught out by the decision.

Mexico vows to end 'horror' migrants face, seeks more detail on U.S. plan

24 Dec 2018

MEXICO CITY The Mexican government on Monday pledged to end the "horror" migrants face crossing the country en route to the U.S. border, and pressed Washington for more details of its plan to send asylum-seekers to Mexico while their requests are processed.

'Positive surprise': Investors soothed by Mexico budget

17 Dec 2018

MEXICO CITY The first budget presented by Mexico's new leftist government met with a positive initial response from financial markets on Sunday with banks describing the plans to keep a lid on spending as credible and helpful to investor sentiment.

RPT-UPDATE 1-'Positive surprise': Investors soothed by Mexico budget

17 Dec 2018

MEXICO CITY, Dec 16 The first budget presented by Mexico's new leftist government met with a positive initial response from financial markets on Sunday with banks describing the plans to keep a lid on spending as credible and helpful to investor sentiment.

'No crazy stuff in it': Mexico budget keeps expectations in check

16 Dec 2018

MEXICO CITY, Dec 16 Mexico's new leftist government presented a first budget aimed at calming nervous markets while honoring pledges to increase welfare spending, saying it would run a bigger surplus next year once interest payments on debt were excluded.

Mexico targets 50 percent jump in oil output under 'Pemex rescue'

16 Dec 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico aims to lift oil and gas production by almost 50 percent in the next six years and in January will award infrastructure and drilling contracts to develop 20 fields, state oil firm Petroleos Mexicanos said on Saturday.

Mexico flags 'delicate' Pemex finances, plans tight budget

12 Dec 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico's government on Wednesday flagged state oil giant Pemex's 'delicate' finances as it prepared to present the 2019 budget, seeking to reassure markets by saying that the company should not be saddled with more debt to fund upcoming projects.

'Only Trump earns more'- Mexico president flays supreme court

12 Dec 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico's president escalated a conflict with the judiciary on Tuesday, calling the country's supreme court judges the "best paid public servants in the world," after the tribunal froze plans to impose pay cuts on the civil service.

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