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US sugar policy leaves sour taste for candy makers

Aug 27, 2014
New tariffs are another policy win for U.S. growers, and prices will stay high.
Posted In: tariffs, Mexico, sugar

'Las Patronas' and the journey north

Aug 15, 2014
A group of Mexican women, "Las Patronas," are helping migrants on their journey north.
Posted In: migrants, Immigration, Mexico

Mexico ends Pemex's 75-year monopoly on oil

Aug 7, 2014
More on one of the biggest business and policy stories of the decade.
Posted In: Mexico, big oil

Netflix goes global. Will it pay off?

Jul 23, 2014
Netflix will expand into Europe this fall, but the move could be expensive.
Posted In: netflix, Mexico, Blockbuster
Diego Luna Filming

Diego Luna on Chavez film and getting American backing

Mar 28, 2014
The director talks the first bio-pic to celebrate the history and accomplishments of activist Cesar Chavez and his movement.
Posted In: film, movies, Cesar Chavez, Mexico

Spiking lime prices threaten salsa

Mar 27, 2014
More than 90 percent of limes we enjoy in the country are grown and sold in Mexico.
Posted In: salsa, limes, Mexico

Why foreign consumers shop in U.S.

Mar 7, 2014
Competition and other factors can lower the price of consumer goods in this country.
Posted In: Mexico, globalization

Captured drug lord a master of supply chain management

Feb 24, 2014
"El Chapo" likely left a successor to continue in his steps.
Posted In: drugs, Sinoloa, drug trade, Mexico, drug war

Can the "Three Amigos" help business travelers?

Feb 18, 2014
President Obama meets with his counterparts from Mexico and Canada.
Posted In: Obama, Harper, Canada, Mexico, nieto

PODCAST: Matchmaking in Mexico

Feb 3, 2014
The new Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker is going on a trade mission to Mexico to find new business partners to match with U.S. companies. And, investing in iPads to help schoolchildren learn carries some costs that may be getting overlooked.
Posted In: podcast, Mexico, Olympics, iPad

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