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Raul Cortes Fernandez

Aeromexico CEO says airline needs to downsize as shares sink after bankruptcy filing

Jul 01 2020

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 to investigate officials over electricity contracts

Jul 01 2020

MEXICO CITY The Mexican government will investigate allegations that officials at state power firm the Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) signed fraudulent contracts with private energy companies, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Wednesday.

Mexican president orders fraud complaints against green power firms

Jun 30 2020

MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Tuesday ordered formal complaints to be drawn up alleging fraud by mostly renewable power companies, but he gave no evidence backing up the complaints.

Mexican president orders fraud complaints against green power firms

Jun 30 2020

MEXICO CITY, June 30 Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador ordered on Tuesday that formal complaints be drawn up alleging fraud by mostly renewable power companies, but he gave no evidence backing up the complaints.

Mother's Day meets peak coronavirus contagion week in Mexico

May 08 2020

MEXICO CITY Mother's Day, considered one of the most important dates in the social calendar for Mexicans, coincides with what health officials have calculated as the peak of the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Mother's Day meets peak coronavirus contagion week in Mexico

May 08 2020

MEXICO CITY Mother's Day, considered one of the most important dates in the social calendar for Mexicans, coincides with what health officials have calculated as the peak of the spread of the novel coronavirus.

No silver lining: Mexico City smog defies coronavirus lockdown

Apr 27 2020

MEXICO CITY While city dwellers around the world take some consolation in improved air quality thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, festering garbage dumps, dirty diesel-fueled generators and frequent forest fires have ensured Mexico City remains smog-filled.

'They're killing us!' attacked Mexican journalist asks president for justice

Feb 05 2020

MEXICO CITY A Mexican video blogger, wearing a black eye patch and with metal surgical pins lodged in his face after a murder attempt, confronted President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Wednesday about the dangers journalists face and demanded justice.

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