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Sharay Angulo

Mexican trucking sector asks to delay low-sulfur diesel rule

Jun 14 2021

MEXICO CITY Arguing that cleaner-burning diesel is not available everywhere in Mexico, the country's trucking sector is asking for delay of an environmental rule that would mandate that all new vehicles use the fuel, according to an industry letter seen by Reuters.

Mexican auto parts lobby sees chip supply crunch over by December

Jun 11 2021

MEXICO CITY Mexico's main autopart association INA forecasts that the severe semiconductor chip shortage that has slammed the brakes on the global auto industry will subside in July and return to normal by the end of this year.

Mexico's Interjet eyes deal with creditors within a year

Jun 04 2021

MEXICO CITY Mexican airline Interjet hopes to strike a deal with creditors within a year so it can re-start operations after it shut down during the coronavirus pandemic in December, the firm representing it in the debt talks said.

Mexico promises justice after metro train line collapse kills 24

May 06 2021

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Mexico will punish those responsible for an overpass collapse that killed at least 24 people and injured dozens when a train on Mexico City's newest metro line plunged onto a busy road below, the government said on Tuesday. | Video

'They found his cellphone': Families tell of desperate searches after Mexico metro collapse

May 06 2021

MEXICO CITY Samuel Del Aguila's son was on his way home from his job at the airport in Mexico City on Monday night when his family saw the first news reports about a deadly metro train accident. | Video

GM to invest $1 billion in Mexico to build electric vehicles

Apr 29 2021

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -General Motors Co said on Thursday it will invest $1 billion in a manufacturing complex in Mexico, drawing immediate criticism from the union for U.S. autoworkers as it prepares to build electric vehicles in 2023 in the border state of Coahuila.

Intel's Mexico unit sees 'light at end of tunnel' in chip shortages by year end

Apr 27 2021

MEXICO CITY A global semiconductor chip shortage, which has hurt Mexico's auto industry, could improve but still not be fully resolved by the end of the year, said the head of Intel Corp's Mexico unit, Santiago Cardona.

'Border closed' to irregular migration, Blinken says in Mexico meeting

Feb 26 2021

MEXICO CITY U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday urged Central Americans without travel papers not undertake risky journeys to the United States, as the Biden administration grapples with fast-rising irregular immigration across the southern border.

Automakers pause North American production on U.S. winter weather

Feb 18 2021

MEXICO CITY Freezing weather that interrupted gas supplies in the southern United States and Mexico was wreaking havoc on Thursday on car manufacturing plants on both sides of the border, with Ford Motor Co, Nissan Motor Co Ltd and Toyota Motor Corp reporting disruptions to their assembly lines.

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