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Mexican aviation’s takeoff could hit turbulence amid US recession fears

Tourists wait to depart from Cancun’s international airport in Mexico’s state of Quintana Roo, October 7, 2020 REUTERS/Henry Romero/File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register MEXICO CITY, Aug 3 (Reuters) – Mexico’s COVID-battered aviation sector has benefitted from a robust reactivation of travel, but analysts fear its takeoff could be soon …

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Analysis: President’s tough talk masks Mexican concern over energy dispute with US

MEXICO CITY, July 29 (Reuters) – A potentially costly US-led complaint against Mexico’s energy policy has stirred considerable concern inside the Mexican government in spite of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s defiant attitude, officials and people close to the matter say. Last week, the US Trade Representative demanded dispute settlement talks with Mexico, arguing Lopez …

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Mexico eyes ‘mutually satisfactory’ solution to US energy trade spat -deputy minister

MEXICO CITY, July 22 (Reuters) – Mexico’s Deputy Economy Minister Luz Maria de la Mora told Reuters she hopes for a “mutually satisfactory solution” to talks requested by the United States and Canada over what they claim are Mexican energy-related breaches of a regional trade pact. The US and Canadian demands come after years of …

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