|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.
|Report Shows Steady Increase in Wire Transfers from US to Mexico Since January|
Remittances to Mexico sent by people in the United States to friends or family in Mexico were up 6.3 percent in January compared to the same period last year.
|Videgaray: Mexico Won't Agree to New US Trade Tariffs|
Mexico will only stay in NAFTA if it suits the country and will reject any quotas when renegotiating the trade deal with US President Donald Trump, said Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray.
|Immigrants Can Earn Six Times More in the US Than Back Home in Mexico|
Figures show that an immigrant‘s income in the United States can be as much as six times higher than someone working an equivalent job in Mexico.
|The Most Hardworking Country in the World? Mexico|
People all over the world work every day to make money and provide for their daily needs. However, there are some countries that just work more compared to others.
|Peso in Mexico Is One of the Best Currency Performers in the World in February|
Mexico's currency, the peso, is one of the best performers in the world in February, up over 5%. But For ordinary Mexicans, the peso's momentum doesn't mean much - life is getting more expensive.
|Mexico Ready to Respond if US Decides to Tax Goods|
Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray says that the Mexican government is ready to respond with similar measures if the United States imposes a 20-percent tax on goods from Mexico in order to pay for the border wall.
|Number of Mexican Banks Grows, But Quality of Services Remain the Same|
Despite the fact that in recent years the number of institutions in the Mexican Banking System has grown by 20 percent, there has not been changes in competitiveness nor in the availability of cheaper loans.
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