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Wind power potential comes to Mexico

Mexico could generate 30 percent of its energy from wind sources if it invested into the development, since it is a country that has the best geographical conditions to develop this kind of industry, was said in an interview by Erik Winther Pedersen, Director of Development Business of Suzlon, the fifth largest wind turbine in the world.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Friday April 20th, 2012

USA will only react to specific proposals on drug legalization

At the World Economic Forum in Latin America, Puerto Vallarta, William Brownfield, Secretary for International Narcotics Affairs of the State Department, said "we will not react to concepts" in response to Guatemalan President Otto Perez.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Thursday April 19th, 2012

Mexico Takes Deserved Bows (and Some Boos) at the World Economic Forum in Puerto Vallarta
Tim Padgett

Argentine President Cristina Fernández did Mexican President Felipe Calderón a big favor this week when, on April 16, she expropriated the Argentine holdings of Spanish oil giant Repsol. The move shocked global capitalists and made Mexico, Latin America’s second-largest economy ahead of Argentina, look all the more attractive as a destination for foreign investment (even though Mexico’s own oil industry is entirely state owned).
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Wednesday April 18th, 2012

Mexican Presidential Candidates Criticize YPF Expropriation
uan Montes

Mexico's leading presidential candidates agreed on one thing Tuesday, that Argentina's decision to nationalize Spanish-controlled oil company YPF SA (YPF) is the wrong path to create growth and promote investment.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Tuesday April 17th, 2012

Frenchwoman jailed in Mexico rips press

Florence Cassez, a Frenchwoman convicted of kidnapping and sentenced to 60 years in prison in Mexico, said in an interview aired Sunday on French television that reports in the Mexican press alleging that she was involved in illegal activities in prison were "a baseless new set-up."
International | Tuesday November 22nd, 2011

Term limits in Mexico don't serve people, some argue
David Agren

When the Grijalva River and six other waterways in the oil-rich state of Tabasco flooded this fall, nearly 300,000 people fled their homes.
Tabasco | Tuesday November 22nd, 2011

Mexico admits role in 1970s 'dirty war' disappearance of singer

Mexico’s government formally admitted responsibility Thursday for the 1974 disappearance of a protest singer during the country’s “dirty war” against left-wing guerrillas.
México | Saturday November 19th, 2011

Police Beatings, Jail Time and Threats Won’t Deter Indignados de Juarez Activists
Dawn Paley

Repression against Indignados designed to send a message that protests will not proceed, but activists refuse be silenced.
México | Saturday November 19th, 2011

Romney relatives in Mexico watching presidential election closely

Illegal immigration is one of the hot button issues on the presidential campaign trail. And one of the candidates has relatives watching the heated debate from Mexico.
International | Wednesday November 16th, 2011

Mexico's Lopez Obrador to Run in 2012 Presidential Election
VOA News

Former Mexico City mayor Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says he will make another run for the presidency in 2012, six years after he narrowly lost the last election.
México | Wednesday November 16th, 2011

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