|US Agrees to Renegotiate NAFTA with Mexico, Canada|
U.S. President Donald Trump said that his country would not terminate the North American Free Trade Agreement but would renegotiate it with Mexico and Canada.
|WTO Green-Lights Mexico to Impose Trade Sanctions Against the US|
The two countries came to loggerheads in a dispute over the tuna fish trade, with allegations the US had discriminated against tuna caught by Mexico.
|Gangs Use Violence to Control Guerrero Meat Industry|
Criminal groups are coercing butchers at a food market in western Mexico to buy meat from them at elevated prices and are killing those who do not comply, a new report finds, illustrating one of the many ways predatory crime hinders economic activity in Latin America.
|Cities on Mexico's Gulf Coast Are Taking Major Jobs Hit as Oil Work Dries Up|
The fall of oil production in Mexico has caused cities on the country’s Gulf coast to fall on hard times. One of the places affected most is Ciudad del Carmen.
|Online Sales in Mexico Grows to 260 Billion Pesos|
Mexico News Daily
Online sales in Mexico have increased significantly in the last five years as large retailers strengthen their e-commerce strategies, looking to cash in on the digital market and increase their overall sales.
|500 Startups Launches $10 Million Second Latin American Regional Fund|
Global seed stage venture capital firm 500 Startups has launched its second Latin American Regional fund.
|Banxico: Inflation Expectations Have Largely Stabilized|
Mexico’s central bank governor Agustin Carstens said on Thursday that inflation expectations have largely stabilized and that the bank has fulfilled its role of preventing relative price changes from becoming generalized.
|Tycoon Carlos Slim Biggest Dollar Gainer Among Top 10 Billionaires Since February|
Since the Forbes Billionaires 2017 rankings were published, Mexican mogul Carlos Slim Helu has become $7 billion richer, making him the biggest dollar gainer among the top 10 billionaires.
|Reshaping NAFTA Could Be Good for Mexico Economy|
Mexico has more policy options than it thinks in renegotiations of the deal likely to start late this year. And it may have less to lose than its northern neighbor.
|Pena Nieto Claims Record Number of Jobs Created During His Administration|
Office of the Mexican Presidency
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said that 140,347 new jobs were created in March of this year, meaning that, “We are reaching a record figure for job creation during this administration: 2.7 million jobs.”
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