MEXICO CITY—The telephone call came shortly after Claudio X. González said in a speech that Mexico’s president belonged in a corruption “hall of infamy” because his indifference to fighting graft had allowed it to thrive. On the line, an angry top government official let Mr. González know just how “offended” President Enrique Peña Nieto’s administration was over his comments.
MEXICO CITY—The Bank of Mexico raised interest rates by a quarter percentage point Thursday after a six-month pause, as policy makers have grown increasingly worried about high inflation. The overnight interest rate target now stands at 7.25%—the highest since February 2009. The policy meeting marked Alejandro Díaz de León’s first as the central...
The Bank of Mexico raised interest rates by a quarter percentage point Thursday after a six-month pause, as policy makers have grown increasingly worried about high inflation. The overnight interest rate target now stands at 7.25% -- the highest since February 2009. The policy meeting marked Alejandro Díaz de León's first as the central bank's governor. He took over two weeks ago facing a tough situation, with high inflation, slowing economic growth, and a weak and volatile peso.
No es el ritual de la sucesión presidencial, es el ritual del PRI. El folclore de ayer dice mucho del PRI, pero poco de México. De 24 elecciones estatales en los dos últimos años, hubo alternancia en 14
#Proyecto18MX de López Obrador: Propone gasto adicional por al menos 2.1 billones de pesos ($110 mil millones) en el sexenio, financiado con ahorros (413 mil millones al año) y lucha contra la corrupción. Sin impuestos ni más deuda
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Selecting a term
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