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EXCLUSIVE-Pemex could tap Mexican debt market more

10 Sep 2020

MEXICO CITY, Sept 10 Mexican state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos should consider borrowing more on the local market to meet its vast financing requirements, a top official said after the finance ministry presented an austere 2021 budget.

Exclusive: Mexico's Pemex could look to Mexican borrowers for financing needs

10 Sep 2020

MEXICO CITY Mexican state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos should consider borrowing on the local market to meet its vast financing requirements, a top official said after the finance ministry presented an austere 2021 budget.

Exclusive: Mexico may extend relaxed bank credit rules to help economy grow

10 Sep 2020

MEXICO CITY Mexico's finance ministry is considering extending relaxed banking credit rules to help its battered economy recover, a top official said on Wednesday, after it presented an austere 2021 budget that leaves little room to maneuver.

Little stimulus, tight debt targets in Mexico's budget

09 Sep 2020

MEXICO CITY Mexico's government plans to keep a lid on spending while offering some support for hospitals, pensioners and infrastructure in a lean 2021 budget that forecasts only partial recovery for an economy hammered by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coronavirus-battered Mexico to present tight 2021 budget

08 Sep 2020

MEXICO CITY, Sept 8 Mexico faces an onerous balancing act in its 2021 budget: reviving an economy severely battered by the coronavirus pandemic while sticking to the austerity promises of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

Mexico's Pemex tests limits of investor influence on climate change

01 Sep 2020

MEXICO CITY/LONDON At a time when oil production is at historic lows, lenders who want Mexican oil giant Pemex to adapt to climate change are struggling to be heard.

Mexico passes somber coronavirus milestone even as signs of hope emerge

23 Aug 2020

ECATEPEC, Mexico Standing in a graveyard on the outskirts of Mexico City decked out in a cowboy hat to cover his rugged features from the sun, guitar player Eberardo Vargas this week had fewer funerals to play at than he has for most of the coronavirus pandemic.

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