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Mexico Has Highest Public Debt in Latin America in 2022

PULSE NEWS MEXICO During the first 10 months of 2022, Mexico was the largest public debt underwriter in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to a report released on Monday, Jan. 16, by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). Mexico placed a total of nine sovereign issues for an amount of $9.471 billion during that time,

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Mystery Disease Threatens Mexican Caribbean Coral Reefs

XINHUA Mexico’s Caribbean resort region is facing an ecological catastrophe due to a mysterious contagious disease that has damaged up to 50 percent of all local marine coral species, according to Lorenzo Álvarez Filip, a researcher from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). “This is a disease of tissue loss in hard corals, and the pathogen is still unknown,

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North America Is the Key to Central America

OPINION By MATTHEW ROONEY Part of an ongoing series from the Wilson Center* America’s engagement in international trade and global manufacturing supply chains is the cornerstone of the power and prosperity of the United States. The rising chorus of voices arguing that a “go-it-alone” industrial policy will make the United States more secure and more prosperous have misunderstood this simple fact.

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Dirty Tricks Politics Afoot in Tamaulipas, Durango Gubernatorial Races

OPINION By RICARDO CASTILLO With four out of six state races for governor cleared, Mexico’s upcoming June 5 election is left to solve two main frays at the booths: Tamaulipas and Durango. Most pundits and polls agree that up ahead of schedule, the conservative National Action Party (PAN) will retain the central Mexican state of Aguascalientes, while the once-almighty centralist

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