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Miguel Angel Gutierrez

Mexican president calls for steps to keep power prices low

Feb 11 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Monday contracts private companies have with state-run power utility CFE should be revised to keep electricity prices low, sending shares in one firm tumbling.

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.

Leftist holds 20-point lead in polls days before Mexico president vote

Jun 28 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexican presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador had a lead of more than 20 points and more than one-half of the vote, ahead of the country's election on Sunday, according to three final polls published on Wednesday. | Video

Leftist holds wide lead in three polls ahead of Mexico president election

Jun 27 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexican presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador had a lead of more than 20 points and more than one-half of the vote ahead of the country's election on Sunday, according to three final polls published on Wednesday.

Mexico central bank seen leaving rates steady at 7 percent: Reuters poll

Sep 26 2017

MEXICO CITY Mexico's central bank is expected to hold borrowing costs steady this Thursday amid signs that consumer price inflation could start to fall after reaching its highest point in 16 years and as economists shrug off the impact of a powerful earthquake.

Shadow of leftist protests hangs over Mexico election

Jun 24 2012

MEXICO CITY With just a week to go until Mexico's presidential election, leftist contender Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has stirred up fears of a repeat of the chaos caused when he led massive protests after his narrow defeat in 2006.

Shadow of leftist protests hangs over Mexico election

Jun 24 2012

MEXICO CITY With just a week to go until Mexico's presidential election, leftist contender Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has stirred up fears of a repeat of the chaos caused when he led massive protests after his narrow defeat in 2006.

Mexican faithful hope pope's visit will ease drugs violence

Mar 23 2012

LEON, Mexico Pope Benedict begins his first visit to Mexico on Friday with the Roman Catholic faithful hoping he will deliver a strong message of peace to temper a brutal drugs war in the deeply religious country.

Mexican faithful hope pope's visit will ease drugs violence

Mar 23 2012

LEON, Mexico Pope Benedict begins his first visit to Mexico on Friday with the Roman Catholic faithful hoping he will deliver a strong message of peace to temper a brutal drugs war in the deeply religious country.

Mexican faithful hope pope's visit will ease drugs violence

Mar 23 2012

LEON, Mexico Pope Benedict begins his first visit to Mexico on Friday with the Roman Catholic faithful hoping he will deliver a strong message of peace to temper a brutal drugs war in the deeply religious country.

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