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Adriana Barrera

Mexico eyes fresh U.S. targets for tariffs to pressure Trump over steel

Mar 01 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico's government on Friday threatened to slap duties on new U.S. products in retaliation for the Trump administration's steel and aluminum tariffs as it seeks to turn up pressure on Washington to exempt it from the measures.

Wild cats, boas are obstacles in Mexican president's refinery race

Feb 22 2019

PARAISO, Mexico Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's race to build an oil refinery in record time on land that was until recently alive with mangrove, wild cats and boa constrictors, has run into trouble, complicating his effort to revive ailing state-oil company Pemex. | Video

Death toll from Mexico pipeline blast reaches 91, Pemex defends response

Jan 21 2019

MEXICO CITY The death toll from a fuel pipeline explosion in central Mexico last week rose to 91 on Monday as Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) defended its response to one of the deadliest incidents to hit the state-run oil company in years.

Mexico to delay clean diesel rule as fuel is scarce: sources, documents

Jan 16 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico's government, dealing with fuel shortages stemming from a crackdown on theft, is expected to postpone a new rule requiring pumping stations to sell cleaner diesel, according to sources with knowledge of the decision and documents from the regulator.

Holy guacamole! Mexican fuel shortage threatens Super Bowl snack

Jan 09 2019

MEXICO CITY Super Bowl fans may have to go without guacamole this year if avocado farmers in Mexico cannot send their fruit to the United States because of a prolonged fuel shortage. | Video

Holy guacamole! Mexican fuel shortage threatens Super Bowl snack

Jan 09 2019

MEXICO CITY Super Bowl fans may have to go without guacamole this year if avocado farmers in Mexico cannot send their fruit to the United States because of a prolonged fuel shortage. | Video

RPT-Holy guacamole! Mexican fuel shortage threatens Super Bowl snack

Jan 09 2019

MEXICO CITY, Jan 9 Super Bowl fans may have to go without guacamole this year if avocado farmers in Mexico cannot send their fruit to the United States because of a prolonged fuel shortage.

UPDATE 1-Mexico's government promises refinery tenders by March

Dec 09 2018

DOS BOCAS, Mexico, Dec 9 President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Sunday that Mexico would tender out the building of a refinery near the Dos Bocas oil port by March, part of his government's plan to try to reduce the country's gasoline imports.

'Like Versailles' - Mexicans marvel as presidents' home opened to public

Dec 02 2018

MEXICO CITY Dazzled Mexicans filed into the opulent residence of their presidents on Saturday, when the new government threw open its doors in a highly symbolic moment one visitor likened to entering the Palace of Versailles in the French Revolution.

"Like Versailles": Mexicans marvel as presidents' home opened to public

Dec 02 2018

MEXICO CITY Dazzled Mexicans filed into the opulent residence of their presidents on Saturday, when the new government threw open its doors in a highly symbolic moment one visitor likened to entering the Palace of Versailles in the French Revolution.

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