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Toyota Postpones Mexico Plant Opening to 2020
Japanese carmaker Toyota will postpone the operations of the plant, currently under construction in the Mexican state of Guanajuato, to 2020, Japanese newspaper Nikkei said on Thursday.
Puebla Offers Free Personalized Advice To Investors
The Economic Development Secretariat of the City of Puebla offers free advice to investors in the Office of Business Care with the aim of boosting new business.
More U.S. cars are now made in Mexico
The "Made in Mexico" label has become more plentiful on American car lots this year, even as auto makers pressured by US President kicked off the year with promises to create more jobs in the U.S.
Oil settles a tad lower after sliding to 3-month lows
Oil prices settled a few cents lower on Monday, retracing much of an early retreat to three-month lows in a steep slide that began last week as investors wondered whether swelling U.S. crude supplies would hinder OPEC's efforts to restrict output and reduce a global glut.
ExxonMobil is set to open its first station in Mexico
The oil giant announced Wednesday that it will open its first Mobil station in central Mexico during the second half of 2017.
Lazaro Cardenas and The Oil Expropiation of 1938
Mexico is a country rich in natural resources with oil being the nation's most precious commodity.
US regulators accuse Google of underpaying female workers
Government investigators looking into how Google pays its employees have accused the tech giant of shortchanging women doing similar work to men.
Mexico cancels sugar export permits to U.S. in trade dispute
Mexico has canceled existing sugar export permits to the United States in a dispute over the pace of shipments, according to a letter seen by Reuters, in a flare-up industry sources said could temporarily disrupt supplies.
Silicon Valley's Trump Scare Fuels Push to Move to Mexico
There’s a tech-loving governor in Mexico who sees opportunity in the hassles the Trump administration might create for companies eager to hire foreign engineers and coders: He’ll find cubicles for them.
GM sheds Europe's Opel, Vauxhall in $2.2B deal
General Motors will sell its underperforming European operations to France's PSA Group in a deal valued at $2.2 billion, the two companies announced early Monday.