MEXICO CITY, Aug 25 Mexico's mining industry
expects exploration investments this year to decline to their
worst level in 14 years, even before taking the coronavirus
pandemic into account, the country's top sector association said
MEXICO CITY Millions of students returned to classes virtually in Mexico on Monday after a hiatus lasting months caused by the coronavirus pandemic that has sparked an exodus from private schools.
MEXICO CITY, Aug 24 Millions of students return
to classes virtually in Mexico on Monday after a hiatus lasting
months caused by the coronavirus pandemic that has sparked an
exodus from private schools.
MEXICO CITY, July 31 Mexicans laid off during
the worst economic downturn in decades are raiding their pension
pots by record amounts as they scramble to find cash to weather
the coronavirus pandemic, part of a wider Latin American
scramble to tap funds once strictly set aside for retirement.
MEXICO CITY, July 20 Mexican mining company
Compania Minera Autlan has registered dozens of cases of the
novel coronavirus in the central state of Puebla, an official
and the company said on Monday, making it one of the worst
clusters by a single company in the country.
MEXICO CITY Mexican airline Aeromexico will offer fewer flights and have fewer planes in the short term as it begins a Chapter 11 restructuring process, Chief Executive Andres Conesa said on Wednesday.
MEXICO CITY Mexican airline Aeromexico said on Tuesday it had begun restructuring under Chapter 11 proceedings, the latest Latin American airline to run into serious trouble as the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on tourism and business travel.
MEXICO CITY Mexico has repurposed a Formula One racetrack, converted a huge convention center and put hundreds of beds into military barracks to create new hospital space to ease the strain on its health system in the mounting coronavirus pandemic.
MEXICO CITY "How dark! No! How ugly!" a Mexican social media star exclaimed after accidentally using a filter that darkened her face during a live broadcast on Instagram, reigniting the country's longstanding debate about racism.
MEXICO CITY Mexican mining output will likely fall by about 17% in 2020 due to the impact of the novel coronavirus but should recover by the first quarter of next year, the head of the country's mining chamber said on Wednesday.