Central Americans who make a living towing secondhand goods over the U.S.-Mexico border have a new crossing point at Presidio.
As prices climb, the government says it is trying to crack down on unlawful trade in oxygen and related equipment.
The original program that imported Mexican labor ended in the 1960s due to rights violations. Biden and Lopez Obrador may discuss a similar plan.
Many who make their living buying used goods in the United States and reselling them in Mexico face the challenge of border restrictions. In response, they’ve organized.
The "junk food" labeling warns that some foods are high in sodium, or have excessive sugars.
Tourists from the U.S. are the main source of foreign tourism in Mexico. Hotels there are operating at just 30% of capacity.
And Mexico doesn't pay unemployment insurance.
As the auto industry reopens, unions say they are concerned about working conditions in plants.
The vice president of the Mexican Society of Theater Producers said the industry has lost about $1 billion since theaters closed in early March.
Roughly 40% of the population of Mexico lives in poverty. The struggles were present even before COVID-19 hit.