MEXICO CITY Mexico will fully deploy National Guard forces on its southern border with Guatemala this week and will crack down on human smugglers after nearly 800 people were found in transport containers headed for the U.S. border, officials said on Monday.
TAPACHULA, Mexico Many of the Central Americans who lined up for papers at an asylum office in southern Mexico said they could abandon plans to reach the United States and remain in Mexico if U.S. President Donald Trump clamps down further on migration.
CIUDAD HIDALGO, Mexico Central American migrants eager to beat a crackdown by Mexico on its southern border with Guatemala scrambled into the country on Thursday as the government prepared to send thousands of National Guard members to plug gaps in the porous frontier. | Video
MEXICO CITY If trade strife continues between the United States and Mexico despite a deal struck on Friday, Argentine grain exporters are ready to step in to meet Mexican food demand, the head of an Argentine industry chamber said.
BUENOS AIRES Argentine labor unions staged a 24-hour nationwide strike on Tuesday against President Mauricio Macri's fiscal austerity program, blocking streets in the capital Buenos Aires and shutting down traffic in the city center.
BUENOS AIRES, April 23 Argentina is pushing to
increase agricultural trade with commodities-hungry China, as
farmers on the country's Pampas grains belt prepare for what is
expected to be an bumper soybean harvest over the weeks ahead.
BUENOS AIRES, March 27 Argentina's peso closed
at a record low against the U.S. dollar on Wednesday as concerns
about inflation, weak growth and October's presidential election
bit into market confidence in Latin America's No. 3 economy.
PERGAMINO, Argentina/CHICAGO, March 20 Francisco
Santillan, 55, a grains farmer from the heart of Argentina's
soybean country, has two things on his mind: the rains and
twists and turns in a bitter trade war between the United States
and China that has hurt prices.
PERGAMINO, Argentina/CHICAGO Francisco Santillan, 55, a grains farmer from the heart of Argentina's soybean country, has two things on his mind: the rains and twists and turns in a bitter trade war between the United States and China that has hurt prices.
BUENOS AIRES/SAO PAULO Farmers in Brazil and Argentina are concerned about Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's agreement to import 750,000 tonnes of wheat from the United States and other countries outside the Mercosur trade bloc without the 10 percent tariff that is usually required for such purchases.