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Business Leaders from Both Sides of Border Want Competitive North America

OPINION By GUILLERMO VOGEL and PATRICK OTTENSMEYER U.S. and Mexican officials met in Mexico City on Monday, Sept. 12, to hold a second edition of the re-launched U.S.-Mexico High-Level Economic Dialogue (HLED). Created in 2013, the HLED has historically served as a forum through which both governments advance the strategic economic and commercial priorities for their countries. On the agenda

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Another Expensive Dinner of Tamales for Mexico’s Business Community

OPINION PULSE NEWS MEXICO On the evening of Wednesday, July 27, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) “hosted” yet another dinner at the National Palace for 50 of the country’s leading business community, and — true to AMLO form — the meal ended up being extremely costly … for the guests. The dinner, which was attended by members of

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CCE Dismisses Government’s Lies about Electric Reform

By KELIN DILLON Officials from Mexico’s Business Coordinating Council (CCE) have come forward to dismiss the Mexican government’s purported lies surrounding its proposed electric reform, saying in a statement on Tuesday, Oct. 12, that their ​​intentions “are guided by ideology and not by technical expertise and rigor.” The CCE’s head Carlos‌ ‌Salazar‌ ‌Lo‌melín pointed to Secretary of Energy Rocío Nahle

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