MEXICO CITY, Aug 11 A former head of Mexican
state oil firm Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) accused of corruption
has sought to blame the wrongdoing on his former boss,
ex-President Enrique Pena Nieto, and a top aide, said Attorney
General Alejandro Gertz on Tuesday.
MEXICO CITY, Aug 11 Mexico's president has given
officials until late September to craft a plan to reassert state
control over the energy industry as an alternative to
constitutional change to achieve the same goals, according to
three people familiar with the matter.
MEXICO CITY Mexican security forces on Sunday captured Jose Antonio Yepez, a notorious drug gang leader and fuel thief blamed for fanning a sharp surge in violence that has severely tested the government of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.
MEXICO CITY, July 29 Mexico might seek to change
the constitution in the second half of the current
administration to bolster state oil firm Petroleos Mexicanos
(Pemex) and national power company the Comision Federal de
Electricidad, the president said Wednesday.
MEXICO CITY The former boss of Mexican state oil firm Pemex, Emilio Lozoya, told a court on Tuesday he was innocent of graft charges and vowed to denounce those responsible for his alleged crimes, in a case that could seriously embarrass Mexico's previous rulers.
MEXICO CITY The trial of a former boss of Petroleos Mexicanos threatens to expose years of alleged malpractice at the state oil company and provide a canvas for Mexico's leftist president to depict rot at the heart of government that he has vowed to clean up.
MEXICO CITY/OTTAWA As Mexico celebrated a new trade deal with the United States and Canada on July 1, a group of Canadian energy investors warned their government that Mexico could already be violating the agreement for failing to respect contracts.
MEXICO CITY Defying warnings that to seek out Donald Trump was to court disaster, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador instead emerged from their first meeting as a "cherished friend" of his U.S. counterpart, even as some Democrats looked on uneasily.
MEXICO CITY When Mexico's leader enters the White House to meet President Donald Trump on Wednesday, he will do so not only as a hostage to the whims of his U.S. counterpart, but also as partner in an unlikely alliance that has benefited both men.
MEXICO CITY Mexico's president and his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump will hold their first meeting on July 8 in Washington, officials said on Wednesday, sparking complaints from Democratic lawmakers, who saw it as a political stunt with elections looming.