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Mexico ready to retaliate if US imposes tariffs: Minister
Mexico will be ready to retaliate in kind if the US government imposes tariffs on Mexican exports to the United States, Mexican Economy Minister Graciela Marquez said on Friday.
Court in Mexico orders migrant caravan activists freed
A court in Mexico has dismissed all charges against two prominent migration activists who had been jailed last week on human-trafficking accusations.
Trump brandishes 'secret' migration deal already disclosed by Mexico
US President Donald Trump has flaunted a document confirming details of an immigration deal agreed with Mexico to avoid threatened US tariffs, saying the plan was “secret” even though Mexican officials had revealed much of the asylum agreement.
Democrats blast Trump over tariff threat against Mexico
Democratic lawmakers in the US Congress have blasted President Donald Trump's tactics of threatening tariffs to gain concessions on immigration from Mexico, saying the Republican president was recklessly endangering Washington’s ties to a major trading partner and ally.
Trump makes vague promise on new, 'very important' part of Mexico trade agreement
President Donald Trump continued Monday to talk up the trade agreement his administration struck with Mexico after a weekend of news reports poking holes in his claims that Mexico had agreed to significant new concessions to avert tariffs.
US Fed ‘isn’t enough’ to offset damage of tariff skirmishes with China, Mexico
A dovish Federal Reserve can use tools such as rate cuts to lessen the damage of America’s tariff skirmishes with China and Mexico, but it is either limited in its effectiveness or in its motivations, two economists told CNBC on Thursday.
Republicans warn Trump not to impose tariffs on Mexico
US President Donald Trump says he would likely impose new tariffs on imports from Mexico to pressure the country to crack down on the rising numbers of migrants entering the US, as lawmakers from his own Republican Party expressed deep opposition to such a move.
Canada takes first step towards ratifying trade deal with US, Mexico
Canada took a first step toward ratifying a new North American trade agreement on Monday just three days ahead of US Vice President Mike Pence’s trip to Ottawa to discuss passage of the treaty.
Mexico budget cuts hit patient care and delay kids' surgeries, doctors warn
Mexico's hospitals are reeling under steep budget cuts by the country's new government, with surgery delays for children, reductions in testing and staffing shortages, hospital directors said, fanning anger over President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's austerity measures.
Trump lifts steel, aluminum tariffs on Canada, Mexico
President Donald Trump on Friday announced a deal to lift US tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada and Mexico that had created friction between the neighbors and blocked a new North American free trade agreement.
Mexico vows to eradicate torture of detainees
Mexico vowed on Thursday to eradicate the torture of detainees which U.N. experts and activists said is systematically committed by security forces and investigators who go unpunished.
US armed vigilantees on border 'deeply' worries Mexico
Mexico has expressed "deep concern" about a surge in vigilantism by armed US groups which intimidate, extort and expel asylum seekers and refugees along the border.
At least 100 Central American migrants arrested in Mexico
A group of approximately 100 Central American migrants were detained by members of the National Migration Institute during an operation close to the Mexican town of Huixtla in Chiapas State on Tuesday afternoon (April 16), Milenio TV reported.
Trump touts rising US border 'wall,' proposes economic penalty on Mexico
President Donald Trump on Friday promised approximately 450 miles (725 kilometers) of new “wall” along the southern US border, after threatening to slap Mexico with an unspecified economic penalty to crack down on what he describes as a crisis of undocumented immigration and drug trafficking.
S&P: Mexico faces possible downgrade in coming year, negative outlook
The Mexican government faces a one-in-three chance of having its credit rating downgraded over the coming year, as public finances struggle with mounting liabilities and slowing growth, rating agency Standard & Poor’s said on Friday.

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