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Leaders of Latin America's biggest countries hold off on congratulating Biden

10 Nov 2020

BRASILIA/MEXICO CITY The presidents of Latin America's two largest countries have held back from congratulating Joe Biden for winning the U.S. presidential election, even as other leaders of allied countries around the globe sent their best wishes.

Leaders of Latin America's biggest countries hold off on congratulating Biden

10 Nov 2020

BRASILIA/MEXICO CITY The presidents of Latin America's two largest countries have held back from congratulating Joe Biden for winning the U.S. presidential election, even as other leaders of allied countries around the globe sent their best wishes.

Mexico's president won't congratulate Biden until legal challenges resolved

08 Nov 2020

MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Saturday he would not congratulate a winner of the U.S. presidential election until legal challenges are concluded, in an apparent bid to avoid friction with Washington during the transition.

'No more bullying': fresh start to U.S.-Mexico relations eyed under Biden

08 Nov 2020

MEXICO CITY A Joe Biden presidency could reset ties with top U.S. trade partner Mexico that have suffered since Donald Trump made his first White House bid, tarring Mexican migrants as rapists and gun-runners and vowing to keep them out with a border wall.

'No more bullying': fresh start to U.S.-Mexico relations eyed under Biden

07 Nov 2020

MEXICO CITY, Nov 7 A Joe Biden presidency could reset ties with top U.S. trade partner Mexico that have suffered since Donald Trump made his first White House bid, tarring Mexican migrants as rapists and gun-runners and vowing to keep them out with a border wall.

Lifted by U.S., Mexico economy rebounds 12% in third quarter from coronavirus

31 Oct 2020

MEXICO CITY Mexico's economy grew 12.0% during the third quarter, largely as expected, making up for much of the record contraction over the previous three months at the height of the coronavirus lockdown, preliminary data showed on Friday.

Argentina, Mexico delay IDB board meeting to vote on new leaders

30 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY Mexico and Argentina have delayed a key meeting of the Inter-American Development Bank until after the Nov. 3 U.S. election, delivering an early setback to plans by the bank's new U.S. chief to install vice presidents from smaller countries.

Analysis: Biden win would lift Mexico-U.S. ties but energy is 'canary in the mine'

24 Oct 2020

MEXICO CITY A Joe Biden presidency would lower border tensions and raise pressure on Mexico to respect U.S. business interests as the two neighbors implement a trade deal designed to claw back jobs from China, officials and industry sources say.

ANALYSIS-Biden win would lift Mexico-U.S. ties but energy is 'canary in the mine'

23 Oct 2020

MEXICO CITY, Oct 23 A Joe Biden presidency would lower border tensions and raise pressure on Mexico to respect U.S. business interests as the two neighbors implement a trade deal designed to claw back jobs from China, officials and industry sources say.

Analysis: Arrest of ex-army chief puts Mexican president's plans under siege

17 Oct 2020

MEXICO CITY The spectacular fall from grace of Mexico's previous armed forces supremo has raised awkward questions about the president's reliance on the military to fight drug gangs and manage an increasing portfolio of vital civilian infrastructure.

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