|Mexico Sees El Nino Bringing Agriculture Relief From Drought|
Mexico is expecting El Nino to bring much-needed rains to various agricultural parts of the country in the near future, providing relief from prolonged widespread drought, Mexican Agriculture Minister Francisco Mayorga said Thursday.
|Cruise Giant Carnival to Invest Over $150 Million in Mexico|
Carnival Cruise Lines plans to invest more than $150 million to expand port infrastructure at destinations on the Mexican Pacific and Caribbean coasts, the Tourism Secretariat said.
|Mexico Stocks, Peso Gain Slightly On US Optimism|
Mexican stocks opened modestly higher Thursday as stronger-than-expected economic data in the U.S., Mexicos main trade partner, lifted sentiment among investors.
|Workplace Unsafe For Mind, Body|
Companies around the globe have work to do to improve worker satisfaction because three in 10 employees say their workplace is not psychologically safe and healthy, according to a new poll. In Mexico, the number goes up to 43 percent.
|US Firm Probed for Alleged Bribes to Mexican Officials|
The Mexican Attorney General Office announced Wednesday the opening of an investigation into allegations that the Oklahoma-based aviation services company BizJet bribed officials in Mexico.
|Gas Hikes Take Toll on Economy|
Institutional Revolutionary Party Deputy Arturo Zamora Jimenez said this week that during President Felipe Calderons administration gas prices in Mexico have been raised 86 times, provoking sharp and sustained increases in the price of basic necessities.
|Oil and Gas Deal Signed by US, Mexico|
The United States and Mexico signed an accord on Monday to cooperate in working to explore and develop oil and natural gas reserves along the maritime border in the Gulf of Mexico between the two countries.
|Mexico Car Industry Says Trade Limits Should Only Be Temporary|
The Mexican government should only accept temporary restrictions on trade after Brazil requested a cap on vehicle exports to Latin Americas largest economy, said Eduardo Solis, president of the Mexico Automobile Industry Association.
|Mexico Industrial Output Rises at Fastest Pace Since May|
Mexico industrial production rose at the fastest annual pace in eight months in January, beating all 16 forecasts in a Bloomberg survey of economists. The gross domestic product is expected to expand 3.5 percent this year, down from 3.9 percent in 2011 as the Europe debt crisis weighs on global demand
|Mexico February Auto Production Up 24% On Year|
Mexico automobile production in February rose 24% compared with the year-ago month to a record 242,317 cars and light trucks, the Mexican Automobile Industry Association, or AMIA, said Tuesday.
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