La empresa petrolera estatal de México presenta un canje de deuda de $ 22 mil millones en medio de amenazas del FMI y la visita a la Casa Blanca de AMLO

El FMI pone la economía de México en la mira cuando entra en vigor el "nuevo TLCAN" y AMLO se ve obligado a hacer concesiones para evitar una recesión aún más profunda.

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Mexico's president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, known colloquially as AMLO, arrived back in his nation's capital yesterday aboard an American Airlines flight after his first state visit to the United States since taking office in a historic, landslide victory in 2018. The commercial flight included a stopover at Miami International Airport as

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Mexico’s New President Reaffirms Commitment to Nationalize Oil Resources

During his campaign, Lopez Obrador said he wanted to ‘reactivate’ the state’s role in petrol production.

Protesters hold candles by a sign that reads in Spanish "Enough already!" outside the headquarters of the government-run PEMEX oil company in Mexico City, Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017. People are protesting a 20-percent gasoline price hike after the government stopped subsidizing and regulating prices for gasoline and diesel. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

Mexico’s president-elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) reaffirmed that his administration will spend more than US$2.63 billion to bring the state’s oil refinery company, Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex), up to date. AMLO said he plans to update the six Pemex refineries in order to reduce imports and increase the country’s crude production

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Energy Bill Advancing Through Mexican Congress

Historic bill would open state-run oil industry to private investment.

  MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico's lower house of Congress gave general approval to historic legislation that would open the state-run oil industry to private investment, but final passage was delayed by a debate on its provisions that continued throughout the night and past dawn on Thursday. Just hours after the measure passed the Senate

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Mexico To Open The Floodgates To Foreign Oil Companies

Mexicans worry that partnerships with Big Oil could take the nation down a slippery slope.

Mexico’s president is calling on lawmakers to pass legislation that would allow foreign oil companies to tap resources in the now-privatized Mexican oil industry, opening up the doors — partially — to companies like Shell and Exxon, which have long eyed the nation’s dense oil resources. President Enrique Peña Nieto isn’t ridding the nation’s

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