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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.

El Salvador's incoming president, shunned by ruling party, forged own path

05 Feb 2019

SAN SALVADOR Expelled from the ruling leftist Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN) and thwarted in trying to create his own party, Nayib Bukele forged his own path to victory as an outsider in El Salvador's presidential election.

Salvadorans voice hope for change after outsider sweeps to presidency

04 Feb 2019

SAN SALVADOR Salvadorans voiced hope for a changed country on Monday after political outsider Nayib Bukele won a sweeping victory in the presidential election with a pledge to tackle the corruption and violence plaguing the Central American nation.

Outsider wins El Salvador presidency, breaking two-party system

04 Feb 2019

SAN SALVADOR A former mayor campaigning on an anti-corruption ticket swept to victory in El Salvador's presidential election on Sunday, bringing an end to a two-party system that has held sway over the violence-plagued Central American country for three decades.

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.

'Adapt to new era': Mexico lawmaker seeks tougher rules for miners

16 Jan 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico's mining companies, including copper giant Grupo Mexico, should prepare for new labor rules and new regulations over their operations, including the prospect of higher taxes, a veteran labor leader now in the Senate told Reuters on Tuesday.

Mexico plans no drastic changes to mining sector: official

21 Dec 2018

MEXICO CITY The head of Mexico's mining industry said the new government does not seek to implement drastic changes in the sector, cancel concessions or raise royalties that companies pay to extract minerals.

RPT-FEATURE-In Mexico, resistance to solar projects bodes badly for fast-tracking train

30 Nov 2018

SAN JOSÉ TIPCEH, Mexico, Nov 29 The Yucatan peninsula, dividing the Gulf of Mexico from the Caribbean, is among Mexico's top destinations for renewable energy firms thanks to its strong winds and sunny climate. Home to bustling tourist resorts such as Cancun, the area is also a big energy consumer.

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