|Arms Sales to Mexico Spike; US Is the Top Supplier|
Purchases and transfers of military equipment to Mexico have increased dramatically over the past five years compared to the five before, with the U.S. accounting for more than half of all transfers.
|Foreign Ministers of Mexico and Canada Say NAFTA Should Be Re-Negotiated Trilaterally|
Mexico’s Luis Videgaray and Canada’s Chrystia Freeland said Nafta should be re-negotiated with all three nations seated at the table, rather than in bilateral discussions.
|Carstens Postpones Departure from Bank of Mexico|
Mexico's central bank chief, Agustin Carstens, will remain in office until the end of November amid uncertainty about the impact of U.S. President Donald Trump's policies on Latin America's No. 2 economy.
|Call Centers in Tijuana Await 'Huge Pool of Talent' if US Keeps Deportation Pledge|
If US President Donald Trump deports millions of people, Mexico’s call centers will have one word for him - and it will not be gracias; it will be “thanks.”
|Over 160 Countries Receive Made In Mexico Products|
Mexico News Network
More than 160 countries are consuming products made in Mexico, a result of 120 million Mexicans who do a great job, in which the preparation of professionals dedicated to food production is the main tool.
|Mexico Says Gasoline Costs to Fall Slightly, Future Prices to Be Set Daily|
Mexico's Finance Ministry said on Friday that national gasoline prices would fall 2 Mexican cents per liter on Saturday, but prices would be set daily as the country moves toward a free market in gasoline.
|Ford Not Scrapping Plans to Build Mexico Factories|
Ford is sticking with its plan to build two new factories in Mexico, despite an announcement last month that it had scrapped plans for a plant in the central state of San Luis Potosi.
|US Warned Against Enforcing Proposed Border Tax on Goods Imported from Mexico|
A senior Mexican official has warned the new US administration against the implementation of a proposed border tax on goods imported from Mexico.
|A Look Inside Mexico's Blooming Fresh Flower Industry|
In Mexico, Valentine's Day is called the "Day of Love and Friendship." Many Mexicans express those feelings by giving fresh flowers to loved ones.
|Job Creation in Mexico Breaks January Record Despite Feud with US, Gas Hike|
Last January, 83,922 jobs were created in Mexico, according to figures from the Mexican Social Security Institute - the most since January of 2008.
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