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Veronica Gomez

NAFTA talks enter critical week with U.S. still pushing hard line

May 07 2018

WASHINGTON, May 7 Talks to update the NAFTA trade deal enter a make-or-break week on Monday, as ministers from Canada, the United States and Mexico seek to resolve an impasse in key areas before elections in Mexico and the United States complicate the process.

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Canada reports progress on NAFTA, says 'we're not there yet'

Apr 04 2018

OTTAWA/MEXICO CITY Mexico, Canada and the United States have made good progress in their bid to modernize the NAFTA trade pact but still have work to do, Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said on Wednesday.

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Mexico says deepwater oil tender doomed by Brazil competition

Dec 08 2017

MEXICO CITY Mexican national oil company Pemex on Friday blamed the cancellation of a potentially lucrative deepwater Gulf of Mexico project on weak investor appetite due to competition from recent auctions in Brazil and low oil prices.

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Mexico leftist presidential hopeful Lopez Obrador says to sue WSJ

Sep 30 2016

MEXICO CITY Mexican leftist presidential hopeful Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday he would sue The Wall Street Journal for defamation after it published a story saying he had failed to fully disclose his assets in an August declaration.

Mexico competition watchdog approves Aeromexico-Delta joint venture

May 02 2016

MEXICO CITY Mexico's federal competition commission (Cofece) approved Aeromexico's $1.5 billion joint venture with Delta with certain conditions, Aeromexico said in a filing on Monday.

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Mexican kingpin 'Chapo' tried to trademark his name: local TV

Jan 12 2016

MEXICO CITY Before his brazen jailbreak last year, notorious drug boss Joaquin "Chapo" Guzman instructed his lawyers to trademark his name, giving Mexican authorities their first clue he wanted to make a film of his life, local media said on Tuesday.

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Mexican kingpin 'Chapo' tried to trademark his name - local TV

Jan 12 2016

Before his brazen jailbreak last year, notorious drug boss Joaquin "Chapo" Guzman instructed his lawyers to trademark his name, giving Mexican authorities their first clue he wanted to make a film of his life, local media said on Tuesday.

Mexican kingpin 'Chapo' tried to trademark his name - local TV

Jan 12 2016

Before his brazen jailbreak last year, notorious drug boss Joaquin "Chapo" Guzman instructed his lawyers to trademark his name, giving Mexican authorities their first clue he wanted to make a film of his life, local media said on Tuesday.

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Mexican kingpin 'Chapo' tried to trademark his name - local TV

Jan 12 2016

MEXICO CITY Before his brazen jailbreak last year, notorious drug boss Joaquin "Chapo" Guzman instructed his lawyers to trademark his name, giving Mexican authorities their first clue he wanted to make a film of his life, local media said on Tuesday.

Mexican kingpin "Chapo" tried to trademark his name -local TV

Jan 12 2016

MEXICO CITY, Jan 12 Before his brazen jailbreak last year, notorious drug boss Joaquin "Chapo" Guzman instructed his lawyers to trademark his name, giving Mexican authorities their first clue he wanted to make a film of his life, local media said on Tuesday.