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Sharay Angulo

Mexican auto firms eye air cargo to jump huge U.S. border lines

Apr 04 2019

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico Mexican exporters are looking into sending their goods to the United States by air freight to avoid a five-mile-long line of trucks at the border caused by the Trump administration moving federal agents away from customs checks to immigration duties.

Mexico inflation slows in March, market anticipates rate cuts

Mar 22 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico's annual inflation continued to slow in the first half of March, the statistics institute said on Friday, raising expectations the nation's central bank will loosen monetary policy later in the year.

RPT-Mexican farmers urge 'mirror' tariffs on Trump's rural base

Mar 06 2019

MEXICO CITY, March 5 Leaders of Mexico's agricultural sector are urging "mirror measures" on U.S. farm imports in politically sensitive products such as yellow corn and poultry, in an effort they argue would counter decades of subsidized imports from the United States.

Mexican farmers urge 'mirror' tariffs on Trump's rural base

Mar 05 2019

MEXICO CITY Leaders of Mexico's agricultural sector are urging "mirror measures" on U.S. farm imports in politically sensitive products such as yellow corn and poultry, in an effort they argue would counter decades of subsidized imports from the United States.

BMW wants clear guidance from Mexico government for investment plans

Mar 05 2019

MEXICO CITY German carmaker BMW, which is building its first plant in Mexico, is looking for clear signs from the new government of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador that would guarantee stability to invest in the country, a top executive said.

Mexico consumers shut wallets, sales drop most in five years

Feb 26 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexican retail sales fell 3.2 percent in December from the previous month, data showed on Tuesday, the biggest such fall in more than five years for a sector that is a key to the country's economic health.

UPDATE 1-Mexico consumers shut wallets, sales drop most in five years

Feb 26 2019

MEXICO CITY, Feb 26 Mexican retail sales fell 3.2 percent in December from the previous month, data showed on Tuesday, the biggest such fall in more than five years for a sector that is a key to the country's economic health.

Mexico factory exports seen slowing in 2019 amid trade wars, labor strikes

Feb 14 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico's manufacturing industry expects to export less in 2019 because of uncertainty around delayed ratification of the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal, global trade tensions and the effects of domestic labor strikes.

Mexico teachers block railway lines, food shortages feared

Jan 28 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico could soon face a shortage of staple foods such as corn flour and wheat flour as railways remain blocked after two weeks of teacher protests in the western state of Michoacan, railroad operator Ferrocarril Mexicano (Ferromex) said on Monday.

Mexico expects faster fuel transportation to drain inventories

Jan 14 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico's freight transport association expects a contingency plan aimed at speeding up gasoline distribution that began over the weekend to help ease bottlenecks at terminals, where fuel inventories have been accumulating in recent weeks.

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