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Modernization of the electric energy sector in Mexico

Article written for the Instituto VIF by Nicola Melchiotti
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The silent stabilizer of the economy

Article written by Sabino Capital, which argues why insurance industry is important for Mexican economy growth.
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The railroad; promoting agent of economic and commercial growth in Mexico

By Bernardo Ayala, Vice President Mexico Union Pacific Railroad / Presidente Union Pacific de Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
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A lesson in patience

In this article published in Reforma, Alejandro Legorreta writes about the importance of patience in the investment world.
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The three largest risks that markets face

In this article, Spanish investor and professor at IE Business School, Ignacio de la Torre, shares his opinion on the three major risks markets face today.
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A lesson in patience

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Mexico in the World

Daily follow-up of the main notes regarding Mexico in the international press

Mexico en el Mundo

Mexico in the World

Daily follow-up of the main notes regarding Mexico in the international press

Nissan set to produce new Frontier pickup in Mexico. (Reuters)

01/27/2015
Reuters
Nissan expects to make about 50,000 units of the 2016 NP300 Frontier in Mexico this year, spokesman Herman Morfin said...Read more

Mexico missing: Thousands march to demand full investigation. (BBC News)

01/27/2015
BBC News
Thousands of people have taken part in demonstrations in Mexico City to demand a full investigation into the disappearance of 43 students four months ago...Read more

Mexico investigates local mayor after journalist murdered. (Reuters)

26/01/2015
Reuters
Mexican prosecutors are investigating a small-town mayor in connection with the murder of a journalist in the Mexican Gulf coast state of Veracruz...Read more

Mexico Protest Marks 4 Months Since Students Disappearance. (The New York Times)

01/26/2015
The New York Times
Demonstrators streamed through the streets from four starting points to converge at the capital's massive main square, the Zócalo...Read more

Pemex shakes up system for suppliers. (Financial Times)

01/26/2015
Financial Times
Pemex, the Mexican state oil company, is being forced to sharpen up its act. Not only are costs under pressure, so is its reputation...Read more

AT&T to Buy Nextel Mexico for $1.9 Billion. (The New York Times)

01/26/2015
The New York Times
The deal is the second struck in Mexico by the telecommunications giant since November, when the company bought the big wireless service provider Iusacell for $2.5 billion...Read more

AT&T to buy NII Holdings' wireless business in Mexico. (Reuters)

01/26/2015
Reuters
NII Holdings, the parent of Nextel operators in Latin America, filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States in September after struggling with $5.8 billion in debt and fierce competition in Brazil and Mexico...Read more

Missing Mexican Journalist Found Dead in Veracruz State. (The New York Times)

01/26/2015
Reuters
A former police officer has confessed to carrying out the crime allegedly at the request of the town's mayor...Read more

Mexico says will follow agency opinions to rejig train tender. (Reuters)

01/25/2015
Reuters
Mexico's government on Sunday said it would heed most of the recommendations from the country's antitrust watchdog which had warned some aspects of a new tender...Read more

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