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Israel’s Netanyahu Tells Mexico, ‘Take an Old Industry and Make It New’


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu landed in Mexico City just before midnight on Wednesday night, but lost no time bringing together Israeli and Mexican business leaders bright and early on Thursday morning.

Mexican Government Grants Quake Victims Tax Breaks


Mexico will grant temporary tax exemptions to victims of last week’s powerful 8.2-magnitude quake, the Ministry of Finance has announced.

Investors Remain Confident in Mexico Despite NAFTA 2.0 and Upcoming Elections

PanAm Post

Powerful investors who move the most important capital in Mexico said that neither the 2018 presidential elections nor the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement will have a negative impact on their investment decisions. In fact, many expect their portfolios to improve.

Amazon Plans Mega-Warehouse for Mexico Growth

TheStreet is planning on opening a 1 million square-foot warehouse near Mexico City, as the e-commerce giant looks to bolster its online retail presence in Mexico.

How You Can Work Legally in the United States If You Aren’t a Citizen


For DACA recipients and others hoping to work in the U.S., take a look at what you need to know about options to get a visa — or renew your DACA benefits.

Deported Mexicans Find Work in Mexico Call Centers


Many bilingual repatriates quickly find their first jobs back in Mexico in the telephone services sector with no need for prior experience or school diplomas. Salaries are at least four or five times lower than what they would earn at a similar job in the US.

VAT Refund Giant MoneyBack Exposes Half-Million Passports, Credit Cards Online

Infosecurity Magazine

Researchers identified impacted passports from the US, Canada, Argentina, Colombia, Italy and elsewhere around the globe - the analysis suggests that every client that has used MoneyBack services between 2016 and 2017 was exposed.

Mexico to Make Less Cuts to Public Spending in 2018


Cuts to public spending in Mexico’s federal budget for 2018 will be lower than in previous years, although the final details are still being worked out, said the country’s Finance Minister, Jose Antonio Meade.

All the Relief Money in the World Won’t Rebuild Houston. Undocumented Laborers Will.


If the story of rebuilding New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina is any indication, undocumented immigrants will be a crucial part of Houston’s recovery.

How Paper ’Ghost’ Unions Exploit Workers in Mexico

Al Jazeera

While the US administration’s concerns over Mexican workers’ rights might not be altruistic, they do contain a basic truth. Mexican workers are, on average, the worst paid of the 35 countries in the OECD.

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