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Mexico

Preliminary results from Mexico's first oil and gas auctions in nearly 80 years are promising—but pitfalls abound.

A new study released by the University of North Carolina and the Mexican National Public Health Institute (INSP) suggests that a 2013 tax is causing families to buy fewer sugary drinks. That's good news for health advocates, bad news for soda companies.

 

This week’s likely news stories: Dominican Republic set to deport individuals of Haitian descent; Mexican high court paves way for full marriage equality;  U.S. and Venezuelan officials meet in Haiti, address strained relations; Nicaraguans protest Chinese-funded canal project; top ELN commander killed in Colombia

This week’s likely news stories: Mexico’s ruling party wins the congressional elections; Canada and Japan block a G7 statement on carbon emissions; Latin American officials to discuss Mercosur at EU-CELAC Summit; Argentina’s debt inflates after U.S. court ruling; protestors demand Honduran president’s resignation.

A group of civil society organizations and ordinary citizens denounced on Monday the suspension of a key provision of the sweeping education reform package signed by President Enrique Peña Nieto in September 2013.

Security problems in Guerrero will provide a serious test for Mexico’s elections.

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff met Tuesday with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto in Mexico City to foster a closer relationship between the two largest markets in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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