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Fitch worsens economic forecast for Mexico; expects 7.4% contraction

The firm noted that the nation is one of the most affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The rating agency Fitch Ratings announced on Tuesday its estimate for the Mexican economy during 2020, where it expects a contraction of 7.4 percent...

Mexico reaches record in number of deaths and active cases of COVID-19

Mexico registered the highest number of deaths and confirmed active cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday since the health emergency began in the country. The Ministry of Health reported today that there are already 8,134 people killed by coronavirus in...

Sectur: The country’s main airlines will not go bankrupt due to COVID-19

The head of the Ministry of Tourism, Miguel Torruco, assured this Tuesday that Viva Aerobus, Aeroméxico, Volaris, Interjet and Aeromar, the main airlines in the country, will not fail due to the health crisis that has caused the worst...

Mexico City reopening will be based on hospital occupation

The Head of Government, Claudia Sheinbaum, explained this Wednesday that in Mexico City the epidemiological traffic light for the economic reopening will be based mainly on hospital occupation. The color change will also have to do with the trend...

Prices of vegetables, fruits and seafood rise in markets due to pandemic

Restrictions to public markets have been reinforced; However, the people of the capital have been affected because prices of basic necessities such as vegetables, fruits and seafood have risen in price due to the health crisis. “A few days ago...

Cemex will build six mobile hospitals in 15 days for patients with COVID-19

Cemex will simultaneously build six mobile hospital modules in six cities in the country, in record time of 15 days to serve patients with COVID-19. In a statement released this Wednesday, Cemex reported that the medical units, whose regular construction...

Mexico risks experiencing a new wave of COVID-19 infections with reopening plan

Researchers point out that the latest figures on the progress of the new coronavirus in the country reaffirm that the trajectory of the pandemic is still on the rise. The Mexican government plans to reopen parts of its economy...

90% of calls to report violence against women are false: López Obrador

The president ruled that the isolation that the country is experiencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic has translated into an increase in this type of abuse. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador affirmed this Friday that 90 percent of the calls...

Private sector calls to revoke Sener’s agreement on clean energy; threatens legal action

In this regard, Concamin considered that said agreement trampled on the rights of all participants in the national electricity sector. The private sector as a whole, from the twelve organizations represented by the Business Coordinating Council (CCE) to the American...

The number of deaths in Mexico from COVID-19 rises 51% in a week

So far, the confirmed cases are 42,595, according to said agency. The number of deaths from coronavirus in Mexico rose 51 percent in the past week, according to daily reports from the Ministry of Health. Last Thursday, May 7,...

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Displaced indigenous people of Chiapas, at risk of famine

There are 3,304 indigenous people from municipalities located in the Altos de Chiapas area, who were expelled from their communities as a result of...

CDMX delivers 92% of microloans

The mayor's office where the largest number of supports were delivered The Government of Mexico City has granted 50 thousand credits of 10,000 pesos,...

Fiat Chrysler restarts operations in Mexico

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Mexico restarted operations at its Mexico plants, but only at 40 percent of capacity to make it an orderly process....

FGR investigates murder of Alfonso Isaac Gamboa, Treasury official during EPN presidency

Gamboa Lozano was killed on May 21 at the Brisas de Temixco subdivision, Morelos, along with two men and two women. The Attorney General's...

Automotive industry resumes work in Aguascalientes

Under protocols and sanitation measures, Nissan reincorporates more than 4,000 employees. Nissan's A2 plant started operations 100% yesterday and announced the resumption of shipments to...

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