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  Mexico welcomes court ruling in case of youth killed by Border Patrol agent
McALLEN, July 2 - The Mexican government has issued a statement on a court ruling on the death of Mexican minor Sergio Adrián Hernández Güereca.
  Perez-Rivas: Opening up of Mexico’s energy sector provides significant opportunities
McALLEN, May 23 - Mexico’s Energy Reform Bill is poised to create significant opportunities for economic growth and job creation for its oil and gas sector.
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    Melgar-Adalid: The Mexican Reform and its Regulations
SAN ANTONIO, May 21 - Following Mexico’s 2013 constitutional reforms on politics, telecommunications, tax and energy, the next step is to enact regulations containing the corresponding structural changes necessitated by such reforms.
    Mounce: Lázaro, Come Forth! Cuauhtémoc, Stay Strong!
EDINBURG, March 16 - It is time. It is time for a Biblical Lazareth to come forth again.
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    Mounce: Of Butterflies and Vigilantes: Volunteers Help Mexico
EDINBURG, February 9 - What’s been happening in Mexico? Lots. We just don’t pay much attention - as much attention as we should.
   
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  Mexico welcomes court ruling in case of youth killed by Border Patrol agent
McALLEN, July 2 - The Mexican government has issued a statement on a court ruling on the death of Mexican minor Sergio Adrián Hernández Güereca.
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  Perez-Rivas: Opening up of Mexico’s energy sector provides significant opportunities
McALLEN, May 23 - Mexico’s Energy Reform Bill is poised to create significant opportunities for economic growth and job creation for its oil and gas sector.
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  Melgar-Adalid: The Mexican Reform and its Regulations
SAN ANTONIO, May 21 - Following Mexico’s 2013 constitutional reforms on politics, telecommunications, tax and energy, the next step is to enact regulations containing the corresponding structural changes necessitated by such reforms.
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  Mounce: Lázaro, Come Forth! Cuauhtémoc, Stay Strong!
EDINBURG, March 16 - It is time. It is time for a Biblical Lazareth to come forth again.
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  Mounce: Of Butterflies and Vigilantes: Volunteers Help Mexico
EDINBURG, February 9 - What’s been happening in Mexico? Lots. We just don’t pay much attention - as much attention as we should.
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  Reynosa mayor presents a report on first 100 days of activities
REYNOSA, February 1 - Under the motto "100 days, listening and working", Reynosa mayor Jose Elias Leal presented a report on the first 100 days of work in front the municipal administration.
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  Mounce: 'Mi Casa es su Casa?' Oil-rich Mexico Apparently Means It
MEXICO CITY, January 12 - The Three Kings of the Christmas story were remembered in Mexico this past week, January 6, 2014.
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  Melgar-Adalid: Information Leaks and Diplomatic Crisis
The information leaks released by former U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden have created a diplomatic crisis that encompasses 35 countries, including Mexico.
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  O'Neil: Mexico’s Historic Energy Reform
Listening to the fireworks for the Virgen de Guadalupe last night from my hotel room in Mexico City, one could have mistaken them for the tumult occurring at the same time in the House of Representatives.
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  Melgar-Adalid: Educational Reform Takes to the Streets
SAN ANTONIO, October 5 - Out of all the structural reforms initiated by the administration of President Peña Nieto, the most complicated appears to be the energy reform.
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  Melgar-Adalid: The Marijuana Debate Reaches Mexico
SAN ANTONIO, September 12 - In Mexico, the use of marijuana is generally considered an act contrary to good morals, and its production, trafficking and consumption are penalized.
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  Melgar-Adalid: Winners and Losers in Mexico’s July 2013 Elections
SAN ANTONIO, July 26 - The elections held in July 2013 in fourteen states of the Mexican Republic had winners and losers as is the case in any democratic political contest.
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  State Department issues new warning about traveling in Mexico
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 13 - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s State Department has issued a new travel warning about the security situation in Mexico.
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  Melgar-Adalid: The Mexico–China–United States of America Triangle
SAN ANTONIO, June 26 - Recent visits to Mexico by President Xi Jinping of China and U.S. President Barack Obama have reset the coordinates of Mexican commerce, the Mexican economy and Mexico’s foreign policy.
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  Mounce: Viva Cinco de Mayo! Viva Monterrey!
EDINBURG, May 5 - On this Cinco de Mayo, the fifth of May, we remember the Mexicans defeating French imperialist forces. Today, more recent events dominate our thoughts. President Barack Obama finally journeyed to Mexico.
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  Melgar-Adalid: Peña Nieto Visits China and Obama to Visit Mexico
SAN ANTONIO, May 1 - U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Mexico during the first week of May, making his first trip to Mexico during his second term.
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  Melgar-Adalid: Relations between Mexico and the United States of America
SAN ANTONIO, April 2 - Presidents Barack Obama and Enrique Peña Nieto began their presidential terms at about the same time. Mr. Obama embarks on his second four year term while Enrique Peña Nieto begins his six year term.
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  Mounce: Spring Break, Semana Santa, You, Me, and Mexico

EDINBURG, March 17 - A devastating hurricane swept the eastern Yucatan coast of Mexico a few years ago.

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  Melgar-Adalid: Controversial Decision by Supreme Court of Justice in Cassez Case

SAN ANTONIO, March 3 - The recent decision by the Mexican Supreme Court in the Cassez case shocked the country in a way that had not occurred since the same court decided to validate a labor resolution in favor of petroleum workers prompting the government to expropriate petroleum companies. 

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  Balido: Mexico - Open for more business

PHOENIX, Ariz., February 16 - I recently had the opportunity to visit with officials from Mexico's new administration for some extremely insightful talks on border trade and security. I walked away impressed.

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  Building boom in Reynosa

REYNOSA, February 9 - The rapid growth of Reynosa over the last 15 years, fueled in part by the maquiladora industry, caught city leaders by surprise.

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  Melgar-Adalid: New Times for Mexico

SAN ANTONIO, February 1 - The arrival of Mexico’s new government has changed the country.

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  Mexico set to work more closely with U.S., experts say

MEXICO CITY, December 2 - Bold predictions were made about Mexico’s economic outlook at a bi-national conference hosted by the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce.

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  McCaul, Cuellar, encouraged by discussions with Mexico's new president

REYNOSA, Mexico, December 2 - Two of the four U.S. congressmen to attend the presidential inauguration in Mexico City on Saturday say they are encouraged by Enrique Peña Nieto’s planned strategy against drug cartels.

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  Cuellar: Peña Nieto’s policies will boost the South Texas border region

McALLEN, December 1 - Congressman Henry Cuellar believes Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s planned focus on strengthening economic ties with the United States will help the border region enormously.

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  USMCOC hosts Mexico City conference to coincide with inauguration

MEXICO CITY, November 30 - The United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce is holding its annual bi-national conference in Mexico City to coincide with the inauguration of Enrique Enrique Peña Nieto as Mexican president.

   
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Last Updated: Sunday, July 27, 2014 09:39

Mexico welcomes court ruling in case of youth killed by Border Patrol agent

Perez-Rivas: Opening up of Mexico’s energy sector provides significant opportunities

Melgar-Adalid: The Mexican Reform and its Regulations

Mounce: Lázaro, Come Forth! Cuauhtémoc, Stay Strong!

Mounce: Of Butterflies and Vigilantes: Volunteers Help Mexico

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