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U.N. rights chief says Mexico violence recalls that of Chile dictatorship

Apr 09 2019

MEXICO CITY United Nations human rights chief Michelle Bachelet said on Tuesday the deadly toll of Mexico's rampant gangland violence was reminiscent of the era in her native Chile when thousands died or disappeared during a military dictatorship.

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.

Exclusive: Aztec war sacrifices found in Mexico may point to elusive royal tomb

Mar 25 2019

MEXICO CITY A trove of Aztec sacrifices including a richly adorned jaguar dressed as a warrior and recently discovered in downtown Mexico City could lead archaeologists to the most tantalizing find yet: an Aztec emperor's tomb. | Video

Mexico's Pemex plans to triple oil well drilling this year to boost output

Mar 18 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico's national oil company Pemex plans to triple the number of wells it will drill this year, the company's chief executive said on Monday, in a bid to grow crude output and reverse more than a decade of declining production.

Mexico invites three U.S. companies, foreign firms to bid on new refinery

Mar 18 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico invited a host of international firms, including three U.S. companies, to bid on the construction of an $8 billion oil refinery, officials said on Monday, as President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador seeks to fast-track one of his signature projects.

Mexican president open to issuing Pemex instrument on exchange

Mar 13 2019

MEXICO CITY The finances of Mexico's national oil company Pemex are strong, the country's president said Wednesday, but added he is open to issuing some form of instrument on the local stock exchange that could provide the firm with more investment capacity.

Mexico's Pemex eyes new oilfields after another year of big losses

Feb 27 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico's national oil company Pemex narrowed its multibillion-dollar losses last year, executives said on Wednesday, as it seeks to fast-track the development of 20 new fields this year in a bid to bring new streams of crude online.

Mexico to inject $3.9 billion in Pemex, seeks to prevent credit downgrade

Feb 15 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico will inject $3.9 billion into ailing state oil company Pemex, officials said on Friday, promising to strengthen its finances and prevent a further credit downgrade, although investors saw the plan as only a short-term fix.

CORRECTED (OFFICIAL)-UPDATE 6-Mexico to inject $3.9 bln in Pemex, seeks to prevent credit downgrade

Feb 15 2019

MEXICO CITY, Feb 15 Mexico will inject $3.9 billion into ailing state oil company Pemex, officials said on Friday, promising to strengthen its finances and prevent a further credit downgrade, although investors saw the plan as only a short-term fix.

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