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Mexico's new president has an ambitious goal: end massive fuel imports from the U.S.

by Emily Green Dec 12, 2018
Mexico's new president wants to end massive fuel imports from the U.S.
Aerial view of an oil complex called 'Cantarell' of Pemex (Petroleos Mexicanos), in the Gulf of Mexico, off Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche State, Mexico.
ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images

How will investors react to Mexico's new airport being scrapped?

by Andy Uhler Nov 30, 2018
Mexico's incoming president promised to scrap construction of project.
Aerial view of the construction site of Mexico City's new airport, in Texcoco, Mexico, on November 6, 2018.
PEDRO PARDO/AFP/Getty Images

Would moving government offices out of Mexico City solve its overcrowding problem?

by Jorge Valencia Nov 30, 2018
The country’s incoming president has a plan to reduce congestion by moving government offices out of the capital.
Mexico's incoming President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has promised to move federal offices out of the capital, and longer commutes are on the horizon.
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Mexico's 2018 election is shaping up as a vote for economic freedom from the U.S

by Lorne Matalon May 8, 2017
Trump's election triggered a rise in nationalism. A populist leftist candidate is channeling that feeling.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has low approval ratings. Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the leading presidential candidate in Mexico's 2018 election, is critical of both Peña Nieto and U.S. President Trump.
Lorne Matalon