|Tequila Maker Jose Cuervo Raises $790M in Biggest Mexico IPO Since 2013|
Jose Cuervo sold about $790 million of shares in Mexico’s biggest equity offering in more than three years, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
|Carlos Slim to Launch a Made-in-Mexico Electric Car|
Giant Motors, controlled by Slim’s financial services conglomerate, Inbursa, is in the process of manufacturing a made-in-Mexico electric vehicle with plans to launch it commercially next year.
|Politics Foiling Monsanto's Quest to Grow Genetically Modified Corn in Mexico|
The US chemical company, Monsanto, has long wanted to grow GMO corn in Mexico, the birthplace of maize and its many permutations in tortillas, tamales and tacos. But that opportunity may be slipping away.
|Pemex Oil Company Lost $1.5 Billion to Theft in 2016|
A recent report suggests Mexico's state oil company lost at least $1.5 billion to fuel theft last year, a figure that underscores the massive and growing scale of this criminal activity.
|Bitcoin Remittances to Mexico a Viable Solution Should US Restrictions be Enforced|
If U.S.–Mexico remittances using traditional channels such as banks or large money transfer operators, such as Western Union or MoneyGram, are to be heavily taxed or severely restricted, then Bitcoin remittances could offer a solution.
|Government Holds Line on Fuel Prices, Cancels Hikes|
Mexico News Daily
The federal Finance Secretariat has chosen to leave fuel prices where they are, canceling increases that were scheduled for both today and next Saturday.
|Investors See More Gains Ahead as Mexico's Peso Continues to Rally|
Mexico’s peso has improbably been the world’s top-performing currency of late, and an increasing number of emerging market fund managers said it could rebound further from its nosedive following the U.S. election.
|New Record for Money Sent Home by Mexicans Abroad|
The Associated Press
The money sent home to Mexico by migrants living abroad rose to almost $27 billion in 2016, the highest on record.
|Consultations to Begin in Mexico to Set Parameters for Renegotiation of NAFTA|
Mexico will begin a formal 90-day process of consultations with the private sector to fix the parameters for renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement with the United States and Canada.
|Videgaray: Mexico Seeks to Bolster Trade with China|
Mexico seeks to continue strengthening comprehensive ties with China and attract investment in the coming years, Foreign Affairs Minister Luis Videgaray said on Monday.
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