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Mexico sends home more migrants as Trump ramps up pressure

Apr 23 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico has returned 15,000 migrants in the past 30 days, a senior government official said on Tuesday, pointing to an uptick in deportations in the face of pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump to stem the flow of people north.

RPT-FEATURE-Row with U.S. energy trader worsens Haiti's fuel crisis

Apr 15 2019

PORT-AU-PRINCE, April 14 A dispute between Haiti and a U.S. energy trading firm is leading to long blackouts and fuel shortages in the Caribbean nation, feeding anger at President Jovenel Moise's government following the collapse of a supply deal with Venezuela last year.

Dispute with U.S. energy trader worsens Haiti's fuel crisis

Apr 14 2019

PORT-AU-PRINCE A dispute between Haiti and a U.S. energy trading firm is leading to long blackouts and fuel shortages in the Caribbean nation, feeding anger at President Jovenel Moise's government following the collapse of a supply deal with Venezuela last year.

Mexican, U.S. business leaders unite to rebuke 'disastrous' Trump border closure threats

Apr 13 2019

MERIDA, Mexico Mexican and U.S. business leaders on Friday pushed back against President Donald Trump's threats to close the U.S.-Mexico border and urged him to drop steel tariffs that have hindered the ratification of a trade deal brokered last year.

'Confidence in Mexico': U.S. and Mexican top brass to talk business, border

Apr 11 2019

MERIDA, Mexico A meeting of U.S. and Mexican government and business leaders on Thursday aims to shore up investor confidence in Mexico and defuse U.S. President Donald Trump's threats to close their shared border if illegal immigration is not halted.

Delays at U.S.-Mexico border crossing hits autos, trucks still lining up

Apr 08 2019

CIUDAD JUAREZ/MEXICO CITY Long delays at the U.S.-Mexico border crossing for goods destined for American plants and consumers are hitting the U.S. auto industry, and the gridlock reduced by half the number of northbound trucks that crossed the entry point last week.

Kansas City Southern sees surging fuel-by-rail growth in Mexico

Mar 26 2019

MEXICO CITY The Mexican subsidiary of U.S. railroad operator Kansas City Southern expects its gasoline transport business to grow at least 15 percent by volume this year, and possibly much more, a senior executive said on Tuesday.

Kansas City Southern sees surging fuel-by-rail growth in Mexico

Mar 26 2019

MEXICO CITY, March 26 The Mexican subsidiary of U.S. railroad operator Kansas City Southern expects its gasoline transport business to grow at least 15 percent by volume this year, and possibly much more, a senior executive said on Tuesday.

Lopez Obrador rebuts finance ministry over $2.5 billion Mexico refinery funding

Mar 12 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Tuesday denied any delay to a flagship refinery project in his home state after the deputy finance minister was quoted as saying $2.5 billion for its construction will be moved to state oil firm Pemex.

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