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David Alire Garcia

Mexico should tap natural gas to offset U.S. 'supply risk': regulator

Sep 20 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico should speed up development of its natural gas reserves, including potentially massive shale deposits, to curb a growing "supply risk" fed by excessive dependence on U.S. supplies, the industry regulator proposed on Thursday.

Mexico union boss brushes off past woes in political comeback

Aug 30 2018

MEXICO CITY A long-exiled Mexican union leader stormed back onto the political stage on Thursday as a newly-minted senator, saying his legal troubles were behind him and pledging to help President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador defeat poverty.

U.S. energy chief applauds Mexico's plan to end fuel imports

Aug 16 2018

MEXICO CITY U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry praised the goal set out by Mexico's incoming president to end massive gasoline and diesel imports, nearly all of which come from the United States, as a measure that will boost prosperity in its southern neighbour.

UPDATE 1-U.S. energy chief applauds Mexico's plan to end fuel imports

Aug 16 2018

MEXICO CITY, Aug 16 U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry praised the goal set out by Mexico's incoming president to end massive gasoline and diesel imports, nearly all of which come from the United States, as a measure that will boost prosperity in its southern neighbor.

U.S. energy chief applauds Mexico's plan to end fuel imports

Aug 16 2018

MEXICO CITY U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry praised the goal set out by Mexico's incoming president to end massive gasoline and diesel imports, nearly all of which come from the United States, as a measure that will boost prosperity in its southern neighbor.

Trade spat with Mexico speeds U.S. decline as global wheat supplier

Jul 26 2018

CHICAGO/MEXICO CITY Mexican bread, pasta and flour-tortilla makers are seeking alternative suppliers of wheat to reduce their dependence on the United States as trade relations between the two neighbors deteriorate.

Haiti protests carry on despite fuel hike U-turn; flights canceled

Jul 07 2018

Haitian leaders pleaded for calm on Saturday as violent protests over fuel price increases entered a second day and U.S. airlines canceled flights to the Caribbean nation.

Mexico's next president aims to end foreign fuel imports in three years

Jul 07 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador will seek to end the country's massive fuel imports, nearly all from the United States, during the first three years of his term while also boosting refining at home.

Trump, Lopez Obrador discuss immigration, trade during first call

Jul 02 2018

MEXICO CITY U.S. President Donald Trump and Mexico's next leader, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador discussed immigration, trade and security issues in a phone call on Monday, the two mavericks beginning a dialogue amid strained relations between the neighbors. | Video

Indigenous Mexicans spurn presidential vote with blockades, bulldozers

Jun 30 2018

NAHUATZEN, Mexico Mexican voters will stream to the polls this Sunday in a pivotal presidential contest, but leaders representing tens of thousands of indigenous people have vowed to block voting in their communities to protest a system they say has failed them. | Video

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