Mexico’s army takes over yet another civilian role – filling potholes

Mexico’s army takes over yet another civilian role – filling potholes

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s president acknowledged Tuesday that the armed forces have taken over yet another civilian role: fixing the nation’s highways. Filling potholes has now been added to a long list of projects ranging from planes, trains and policing that the armed forces now control…

Mexico’s core inflation to fall to lowest level since late 2021 in August: Reuters poll

Mexico’s core inflation to fall to lowest level since late 2021 in August: Reuters poll

Mexico’s core inflation to fall to lowest level since late 2021 in August: Reuters poll

Mexico’s AMLO Says $6 Billion Power Buy Is Cheaper Than New Builds

Mexico’s AMLO Says $6 Billion Power Buy Is Cheaper Than New Builds

Mexico’s $6 billion purchase of electricity plants from Spain’s biggest power company is 30% cheaper than building from the ground up, according to President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador…

Mexico’s president lets slip central bank’s announcement of rate hike to 6.5%

Mexico’s president lets slip central bank’s announcement of rate hike to 6.5%

Mexico’s president lets slip central bank’s announcement of rate hike to 6.5%

IMF says Mexico’s inflationary pressures pose difficult balancing act

IMF says Mexico’s inflationary pressures pose difficult balancing act

IMF says Mexico’s inflationary pressures pose difficult balancing act