|Bitcoin Exchange Bitso Trials New Canada-Mexico Remittance Service|
Mexican bitcoin exchange Bitso has been working with Canadian payments startup Paycase to create a new remittance corridor between the two countries.
|Mexico OKs Trump Trademarks for Hotels & Tourism|
The Associated Press
Last month, a law firm in Mexico City quietly filed on behalf of his company for trademarks on his name that would authorize the Trump brand, should it choose, to set up shop in a country with which he has sparred over trade, migration and the planned border wall.
|One in 10 Firms Bidding for Mexico Border Wall Project Are Hispanic-Owned|
Ten percent of the companies interested in bidding for the first stage of the construction of a U.S. border wall with Mexico are Hispanic-owned businesses, as construction firms wrestle with the morality of profiting from the controversial infrastructure project.
|BP Plans Entry Into Mexico's Retail Gasoline Market|
New China TV
Motorists will be able to fill up their gas tanks at about 1,500 new BP service stations the oil major company plans to open across Mexico over the next five years.
|Annual Inflation in Mexico Soars to Highest in Almost 7 Years in February|
Mexico's annual inflation hit its fastest pace in nearly seven years in February after the government raised energy prices, data showed on Thursday in another sign that the central bank could again increase interest rates.
|Working with Indigenous Artisan Women in Mexico|
For over 10 years, Red Niu Matat Napawika has supported around 3,000 indigenous artisan women from 12 Mexican states, teaching them business skills such as accounting, administration and quality control.
|Unemployment and the Informal Economy Are Key Challenges for Latin American Women|
Inter Press Service
Nearly half of women of working age in Latin America and the Caribbean, 126 million, form part of the labor force. But they face a growing rate of unemployment, which could climb above 10 percent this year, a level not seen in two decades.
|SEC Says Homex Faked the Building of 100K Homes|
A Mexico-based construction company has been charged with reporting fake sales of more than 100,000 homes, overstating its revenues by $3.3bn in an elaborate accounting scheme.
|Indigenous Mexicans Slam Intropia's Misappropriation of Native Designs|
Representatives of Mexico's Indigenous Chinanteco community in Oaxaca have publicly denounced Spanish fashion company Intropia for misappropriating its native designs.
|Companies Lining Up to Build US-Mexico Border Wall|
Nobody knows much about the Mexican border wall — but 300 companies have already said they’d like to help build it.
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