Mexico hit by egg shortage

Aug 22, 2012
Mexicans are the world’s largest consumers of eggs per capita but an outbreak of avian flu has hit the supply and sent prices soaring there.
Posted In: eggs, Mexico, Mexican food

Mexico experiments with the 'branchless' bank

Jul 25, 2012
With costs to open rural bank branches prohibitive, tech companies look to turn payphones into virtual banks.
Posted In: Mexico, banking, branchless bank

Mexico to announce official election results

Jul 4, 2012
Mexico announces the official results of its presidential election today. Preliminary results showed Enrique Peña Nieto of the Institutional Revolutionary Party won the election, but the runner up is demanding a recount.
Posted In: Mexico, elections

Mexicans hope new government brings better times

Jul 2, 2012
Mexico's youthful new president-elect belongs to a party that once oversaw stagnation. Mexicans hope things will be better this time around.
Posted In: Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto

Mexicans hope new leader will help create jobs

Jul 2, 2012
Mexicans have picked a new president: Enrique Peña Nieto, with the Institutional Revolutionary Party -- known as the PRI. Voters tossed the party out 2000 after years of corruption and economic crisis, so why are they back?
Posted In: Mexico, elections

Mexican economy poised to grow after election

Jul 2, 2012
In Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto of Institutional Revolutionary Party has taken the presidency. He inherits an economy that's on the upswing, and Americans may soon be buying a lot more "Made in Mexico" goods.
Posted In: Mexico, elections, manufacturing

American businesses watch Mexican elections

Jun 29, 2012
The outcome of Sunday’s presidential election in Mexico will affect U.S. companies there, like carmaker Ford. Some could benefit from promised economic reforms.
Posted In: Mexico

Mexico's pending election draws interest in U.S.

Jun 27, 2012
Around 50,000 people in the U.S. are registered to vote in Sunday’s Mexican presidential elections, and campaigning is in full swing.
Posted In: Mexico

A Mexican town tries out its own currency

Jun 26, 2012
The town of Espinal in Southwest Mexico uses its own currency, the tumin, as well as the peso. Some say this boosts the local economy.
Posted In: Mexico, currency

Mexican immigration to the U.S. slows

Apr 24, 2012
The flow of people moving between Mexico and the U.S. is now close to zero right now. That surprising new data today comes from the non-partisan Pew Hispanic Center. By comparison, over the last four decades, an estimated 12 million Mexicans came to the United States.
Posted In: Immigration, Mexico