Back in 2016, on August 31, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto welcomed the then-Presidential candidate Donald Trump to Mexico City. It was an unusual meeting that took everyone one - on both sides of the border -...
REYNOSA, Tamaulipas - With no apparent light at the end of the tunnel, as far as COVID-19 is concerned, Reynosa Mayor Maki Ortiz Dominguez on Monday ordered a return to the strict health safety protocols.
REYNOSA, Tamaulipas - As the death toll for COVID-19 increases both in the USA (1.7 million cases and 104,373 deaths) and Mexico (81.400 cases and 8,134 deaths), there is often a disconnect between what is announced as...
These past months have been difficult and have transformed our daily routines and the structure of our societies and economies. Here at White & Case, we’ve been following these changes across Mexico and the United States and advising...
REYNOSA, Tamaulipas - According to news media and radio sources, Mexico, currently in the throes of a growing COVID-19 pandemic, could open automotive plants soon. Critics says the Mexican government may be succumbing to...
HARLINGEN, Texas - The United States Ambassador to Mexico, Christopher Landau, says the relationship between Mexico and the United States is very complicated, critically important and still has “sore spots” for both countries.  
MCALLEN, Texas - The headline for a top story in The New York Times today reads “As Workers Fall Ill, U.S. Presses Mexico to Keep American-Owned Plants Open. In the story, reporter Natalie Kitroeff...
In Tamaulipas, the health crisis resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic is beginning its most critical stage. Fortunately in Tamaulipas we have acted responsibly. Since January 15, we have installed the state technical committee on...
REYNOSA, Tamaulipas - Secretary of Public Education, Esteban Moctezuma Barragán has announced Mexican students will return to classes on June 1, 2020.  The move was announced at President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s news conference...
REYNOSA, Tamaulipas - After initially targeting breweries for closure, deeming them “non-essential businesses”, the government is apparently reversing its course.  An article appearing in Mexican newspaper “El Universal” bears the headline:

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