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May 2014 Archives

Mexico’s Economic Secretary Leads Trade Delegation to Cuba

Mexico’s Economic Secretary Leads Trade Delegation to Cuba

Mexican Economy Secretary Ildefonso Guajardo and several business leaders are visiting Cuba this week as part of an effort to expand trade in strategic areas, the Economy Secretariat said. continue reading »

Mexican Billionaire and Cemex CEO Lorenzo Zambrano Dies at 70

Mexican Billionaire and Cemex CEO Lorenzo Zambrano Dies at 70

Cemex chairman and CEO Lorenzo H. Zambrano died in Madrid, the company said. He was 70. continue reading »

Brazil’s Economic Forecast Revised Upward

Brazil’s Economic Forecast Revised Upward

Private sector analysts have revised their 2014 growth forecasts for Brazil's economy upward to 1.69 percent from 1.63 percent last week, the Central Bank said Monday. continue reading »

Industrial Production on the Rise in Mexico

Industrial Production on the Rise in Mexico

Industrial production rose 1.6 percent in Mexico in the first quarter of this year, compared to the same period in 2013, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography, or INEGI, said Monday. continue reading »

Pemex’s Gas Production Rises 8 Percent In March

Pemex’s Gas Production Rises 8 Percent In March

Gasoline production rose to an average of 446,000 barrels per day (bpd) in March, up 8 percent from the same month last year, state-owned oil giant Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, said. continue reading »

Miami Hosts Tech Summit for Latin American Mayors

Miami Hosts Tech Summit for Latin American Mayors

Mayors of Latin American cities participated in a summit on technological innovation in Miami Beach, where they emphasized the main challenges facing municipalities in the areas of efficiency and the introduction of new technologies. continue reading »

Bolivia Agrees to Pay UK for Power Company It Seized and Nationalized

Bolivia Agrees to Pay UK for Power Company It Seized and Nationalized

Bolivia has agreed to pay $31.5 million to British electric utility Rurelec as compensation for the 2010 nationalization of its controlling stake in power producer Empresa Electrica Guaracachi, $10 million less than the amount determined by an arbitration tribunal, the Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »