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Nissan to stop making Mexican Tsuru amid safety criticism

Oct 26 2016

MEXICO CITY Nissan Motor Co Ltd said on Wednesday it would stop production in May of the Mexican-built Tsuru, an economical and hardy sedan beloved by taxi drivers but often sold without airbags and widely criticized for its poor crash record.

Mexico cuts growth outlook after second-quarter contraction, no recession seen

Aug 22 2016

MEXICO CITY Mexico's economy shrank in the second quarter for the first time in three years, dragged down by the deepest slump in industrial output since 2009, and the government revised down its 2016 outlook, but it was not seen sliding into recession soon.

Mexico central bank holds interest rate, flags U.S. election risk

Aug 11 2016

MEXICO CITY Mexico's central bank held borrowing costs steady on Thursday, flagging weaker growth and warning that uncertainty around the U.S. presidential election might cause deeper peso losses that could fan inflation.

Mexico's top retailers see strong sales growth on ample liquidity

Aug 05 2016

MEXICO CITY Total sales from Mexico's major retail stores will likely surpass earlier estimates of nearly 7 percent growth this year, in large part due to abundant liquidity in the economy, the head of retailers association ANTAD said in an interview on Friday.

Mexican auto parts sector sees record $86 billion in sales this year

Aug 03 2016

MEXICO CITY Mexico's auto parts industry expects record sales this year, reaching $86 billion, as a depreciating peso has made exports in the local currency more competitive in the United States.

Mexico to extradite drug boss Guzman to U.S., won't face death penalty

May 20 2016

MEXICO CITY Mexico approved the extradition of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman to the United States on Friday after receiving guarantees he would not face the death penalty, and the kinkgpin's lawyers vowed to block the move. | Video

Mexico probing delivery of prison plans for drug lord escape

Jul 17 2015

MEXICO CITY Mexico is investigating who could have given plans of a maximum security prison to accomplices of kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman in his second jail break, a senior government minister said on Thursday.

Mexico probing delivery of prison plans for drug lord escape

Jul 17 2015

MEXICO CITY Mexico is investigating who could have given plans of a maximum security prison to accomplices of kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman in his second jail break, a senior government minister said on Thursday.

Mexico seeks private sector infrastructure investment as oil slump bites

Mar 12 2015

MEXICO CITY Mexico's government on Thursday urged the private sector to take a bigger role in billions of dollars worth of planned public works and the opening of the country's energy sector, weeks after scaling back its own planned spending due to slumping oil prices.

Mexico's top auditor sees consensus for new anti-graft court

Feb 19 2015

MEXICO CITY Mexico's top auditor is optimistic the country can address a crisis of confidence in its institutions, in part by introducing an independent court to sanction public servants for corruption offenses, he told Reuters on Thursday.

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