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Pablo Garibian

Analysis - Mexico bets on reforms to boost wages, but no quick fix

Aug 04 2013

MEXICO CITY Mexicans hoping their president will make good on a campaign promise to boost wages may be in for a long wait, as the country aims to dodge Brazil's mistakes by betting on economic reforms that will take years to translate into labour gains.

Analysis: Mexico bets on reforms to boost wages, but no quick fix

Aug 04 2013

MEXICO CITY Mexicans hoping their president will make good on a campaign promise to boost wages may be in for a long wait, as the country aims to dodge Brazil's mistakes by betting on economic reforms that will take years to translate into labor gains.

Latam economies face commods slowdown, lack stimulus options

May 24 2013

MEXICO CITY Latin American countries have little room to boost growth with fiscal or monetary stimulus as their economies slow and a slump in commodities prices undercuts a pillar of recent strength, top officials told Reuters this week.

Venezuela's Maduro sends conciliatory message to U.S.

Apr 23 2013

CARACAS Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro named a new acting head of its U.S. diplomatic mission in Washington on Tuesday and sent an offer of dialogue after attacking the United States for "interference" in a row over his election.

Venezuela's Maduro sends conciliatory message to U.S

Apr 23 2013

CARACAS Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro named a new acting head of its U.S. diplomatic mission in Washington on Tuesday and sent an offer of dialogue after attacking the United States for "interference" in a row over his election.

IMF says Latin America can handle Japan funds inflow

Apr 11 2013

MEXICO CITY Aggressive monetary easing in Japan will probably not swamp Latin America with excess capital, but much depends on when the U.S. Federal Reserve eases back from its stimulus measures, a senior International Monetary Fund official said.

Opposition leader wants to debate Venezuela's Maduro

Mar 14 2013

CARACAS Venezuela's opposition leader challenged acting President Nicolas Maduro on Thursday to "stop lying" and have a debate, adding that he was sorry if he had caused offense during the increasingly bitter run-up to an April 14 election.

Opposition leader wants to debate Venezuela's Maduro

Mar 14 2013

CARACAS Venezuela's opposition leader challenged acting President Nicolas Maduro on Thursday to "stop lying" and have a debate, adding that he was sorry if he had caused offense during the increasingly bitter run-up to an April 14 election.

Analysis - China worries spur Mexico stock market flows

Sep 20 2012

MEXICO CITY Mexico has been on the wrong side of China's economic boom for the last decade, but is now seeing an upturn in its fortunes as the Asian powerhouse's economy slows and international stock pickers look to hedge their bets.

Analysis: China worries spur Mexico stock market flows

Sep 20 2012

MEXICO CITY Mexico has been on the wrong side of China's economic boom for the last decade, but is now seeing an upturn in its fortunes as the Asian powerhouse's economy slows and international stock pickers look to hedge their bets.

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