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Asylum seekers say U.S. officials returned them to Mexico but kept their IDs

31 May 2019

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico/SAN FRANCISCO Virginia, an 18-year-old from Guatemala who is seeking asylum in the United States, had just one form of identification on her long journey north: her birth certificate. | Video

Mexico tax plan for Uber creates friction among ride hailing firms

20 May 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico on Monday detailed plans to withhold tax from drivers for ride-hailing and food delivery firms such as Uber Technologies Inc and Rappi, but China's Didi said it would not take part in the arrangement, sparking friction within the industry.

U.S. campaign against Huawei hits a snag south of the border

09 May 2019

MEXICO CITY After a long push in Mexico, China's Huawei landed a coveted job in 2017: supplying equipment for the country's so-called "red compartida," an ambitious telecommunications network built for carriers delivering the latest generation of technology.

Uber, Didi slam Mexico City's new rules on ride-hailing, including cash ban

26 Apr 2019

MEXICO CITY Uber, Didi Chuxing and other ride-hailing firms on Thursday criticized a host of new regulations of the sector in Mexico's capital city, which include a ban on cash fares that could exclude many potential customers who lack bank accounts.

Uber, Didi slam Mexico City's new rules on ride-hailing, including cash ban

26 Apr 2019

MEXICO CITY, April 25 Uber, Didi Chuxing and other ride-hailing firms on Thursday criticized a host of new regulations of the sector in Mexico's capital city, which include a ban on cash fares that could exclude many potential customers who lack bank accounts.

Inspired by migrant caravans, new wave of Cubans seek U.S. asylum

09 Apr 2019

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico Isel Rojas put his dream of leaving Cuba on hold when the United States ended a generous immigration policy for island residents. But watching coverage of migrant caravans heading from Central America towards the United States on Cuban television last year, he began to see a new path. | Video

Televisa shares in dramatic fall after CEO 'no spinoff' comments

22 Feb 2019

MEXICO CITY Shares in Mexican broadcaster Televisa plunged the most in more than 17 years on Friday after weak earnings and comments by Co-Chief Executive Alfonso de Angoitia that a spinoff of business units would not benefit shareholders.

UPDATE 2-Televisa shares in dramatic fall after CEO 'no spinoff' comments

22 Feb 2019

MEXICO CITY, Feb 22 Shares in Mexican broadcaster Televisa plunged the most in more than 17 years on Friday after weak earnings and comments by Co-Chief Executive Alfonso de Angoitia that a spinoff of business units would not benefit shareholders.

U.S. set to send first group of asylum seekers back to Mexico

26 Jan 2019

TIJUANA/MEXICO CITY, Mexico The United States was expected to send a first group of 20 Central American asylum seekers back to Mexico through the border city of Tijuana on Friday as part of President Donald Trump's hardening of longstanding U.S. immigration policy.

Mexicans embrace bikes, scooters as fuel shortage drags on

11 Jan 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexicans faced with a fuel shortage are turning to bikes and scooters, generating business for startups that rent those alternative rides, but straining operations for ride-hailing service Uber in some cities.

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