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Mexico

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  • In Zihuatanejo, Thursdays are pozole days

    In Zihuatanejo, Thursdays are pozole days
    The air is hot and sultry, weighted with smoke and sea salt and the heady balm of pig fat. It's not exactly soup weather. It's the rainy season, July, when I'm in Zihuatanejo, which doesn't translate to any actual rain but rather a steamy, lazy...
  • Exclusive: Toyota pauses on Mexico expansion to review growth strategy

    BEIJING/NAGOYA Japan (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp is reconsidering a move to open a new compact car assembly plant in Mexico after company President Akio Toyoda told planners searching for a site to pause and review its rationale, executives familiar...
  • Mushrooms have deep roots in Pennsylvania's demographics and history

    KENNETT SQUARE — More than a century after a Quaker florist spread spores he imported from England beneath greenhouse benches and sparked mushroom farming in southern Chester County, cultivation of the fertile fungi is a $500 million industry that...
  • N.J. Gov. Christie says U.S. should end limits on crude exports

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The United States should scrap its long-standing restrictions on crude oil exports, one of the top Republican prospects for the 2016 presidential race said on Wednesday. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said the crude export ban...
  • In Mexico, Christie encourages investment in North American energy

    MEXICO CITY New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie flew south of the border Wednesday to pitch the Garden State to a country that is one of its largest trading partners. But by meeting with diplomatic officials, addressing Mexican business leaders, and...
  • Charles Bowden dies at 69; writer chronicled border drug violence

    Charles Bowden, a chronicler of the Southwest who started as a nature writer but became known for his gritty yet lyrical nonfiction narratives of drug violence and hopelessness on the U.S.-Mexico border, has died. He was 69. Bowden, who had been...
  • 'Armed patriots': the private citizens out to secure the U.S. border

    BROWNSVILLE Texas (Reuters) - With binoculars in hand, an assault rifle slung over his chest and a Glock pistol on his hip, a man named Will scans the banks of the Rio Grande looking for anyone trying to cross from Mexico into Texas. Will is a member...
  • Mexico inflation target may be 'challenging': central banker

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican central bank board member Manuel Sanchez said on Tuesday that reaching the country's three percent inflation target could be "challenging" due to a possible minimum wage hike and potential market volatility. Mexico's...
  • Mexico crackdown keeps migrants off trains known as 'La Bestia'

    Mexico crackdown keeps migrants off trains known as 'La Bestia'
    Around midnight, armed with flashlights, Mexican immigration agents halted "La Bestia" — the Beast. "Come down!" "Come over here!" they shouted at the migrants clinging to the top and sides of the freight train. Some migrants scrambled, hoping...
  • Fueling drug gangs' impunity, unidentified corpses pile up in Mexico

    MAZATLAN Mexico (Reuters) - In Mexico's blood-soaked northern state of Sinaloa, a simple gravestone adorned with pink, blue and yellow plastic flowers marks the tomb of 42-year-old assistant carpenter Carlos Montano. But Montano is alive and well in...
  • Two of Mexico's oil export ports reopen after Dolly downgraded

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Two of Mexico's three main oil exporting ports in the Gulf of Mexico, Dos Bocas and Cayo Arcas, were reopened on Wednesday after major storm Dolly was downgraded, the country's communications and transport ministry said in a...