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Mexico's trade barriers against China due to come down
Luis Rojas Mena

Mexico is due to drop trade barriers against China in a long-promised move but officials in Latin America's second-largest economy still complain about unfair practices in what could presage a fresh trade fight.
México | Tuesday November 22nd, 2011

Mexico Introduces Its Own Version of 'Black Friday'-Style Shop

Mexican retailers are ramping up for a first-time sales event called "El Buen Fin" that aims to spur domestic consumption by emulating the "Black Friday" shopping phenomenon in the U.S.
México | Saturday November 19th, 2011

Money-Laundering Case Speaks to Border Fears

The high walls of Alexander Estates, an affluent development nestled near this border city’s country club and golf course, were supposed to keep the narcotics world at bay. But when federal agents raided the stately home of a downtown perfume salesman in January, it reinforced a notion that is feared by Texas leaders: the drug war spillover from Mexico is much broader than shootouts and kidnappings — it is cloaked in the seemingly routine business transactions of the border economy.
International | Saturday November 12th, 2011

Mexico threatens to take China to WTO tribunal

Mexico has threatened to seek arbitration from the World Trade Organization in a long-running dispute accusing China of flooding its market with cheap goods, the Economy Ministry said on Thursday.
México | Friday November 11th, 2011

Drought costs Mexico 450,000 head of cattle

About 450,000 head of cattle have been lost in the drought affecting several states in Mexico, the National Peasants Confederation, which represents 5 million farmers and ranchers, said.
México | Tuesday November 8th, 2011

Mexico Logs Biggest 12-Month Gain in Remittances Since 2006

Mexico received $2.08 billion in remittances last month, up 21.2 percent from September 2010 for the biggest 12-month increase since October 2006, the country’s central bank said Tuesday.
México | Wednesday November 2nd, 2011

Mexico lawmakers push to raise 2012 budget deficit
Miguel Angel Gutierrez

Mexico may post a higher fiscal deficit in 2012 than originally proposed after the finance committee of the country's lower house voted to change key budget forecasts.
México | Thursday October 20th, 2011

Drug trafficking helping economy along border
Dan Freedma

By all appearances, Marin “Gordo” Herrera was a prospering South Texas real estate developer immune from the economic downturn and rising foreclosure rates buffeting the nation.
International | Monday October 17th, 2011

Citrus production may fall 40%

Natural disasters every year damage almost half of the lemon and orange groves in Veracruz. The effects of the winter season will be seen in early 2012.
México | Thursday October 13th, 2011

Mexican inflation rate slowed to second-lowest in five years

Mexican consumer prices rose less than economists expected in September, pushing the annual rate of inflation to its second-lowest level in five years.
México | Monday October 10th, 2011

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