There are reports that 29 people died and 72 people are injured due to the explosion of fireworks market outside Mexico.
Thinking that the research is illegal, state lawmakers pushed to stop University of Mexico on researching using the body parts of aborted babies.
Mexico will ship up to 500,000 metric tons of sugar to U.S. without any modification on the agreement being signed by the two nations on December 14. U.S. consumers prefer sweeteners from sugarcane over sweeteners manufactured from genetically modified beets.
Mexico will be rich in renewable energy as private energy companies flock to the state to provide them with electricity generated from clean energy to be sold to Comisión Federal de Electricidad. Italy’s Enel Green Energy won 3 projects and will build solar plants while others will provide energy from wind farm.
Levi's 5012 jeans were very famous and highly demanded globally in 1990s. They were so popular and expensive that they could be traded for heroin in Mexico at that time. These apparels were also a sign of wealth and success.
The store who designed and manufactured the shirt keeps getting surge of orders. El Chapo, the drug lord captured last Friday, was shown wearing that shirt on a photograph with actor Sean Penn.
Cartel kingpin El Chapo was recaptured on Friday, after his second escape from Mexico's top-security prison through a tunnel. The operation involves Mexican marine, aids from U.S authorities, as well as numbers of informants that adds up to more than 2,500 security and intellectual agents.
The most wanted drug lord, El Chapo Guzman will be extradited to U.S. following his arrest by Mexican authorities. Prior to his arrest, actor Sean Penn interviewed the drug lord in his hideout.
A study by the British Medical Journal shows that Mexico’s 10% tax on sweetened drinks implemented in 2014 led to 12 percent reduction in sales. Now, Britain and Canada are planning to follow suit.
Ford recalls 450,000 Fusion, Mercury Milan midsize cars that the gasoline tanks possible can leak fuel.
A new Coca-Cola ad in Mexico has been taken down due to massive criticism that its depicts local indigenous groups poorly while also encouraging poor health.
The stock market crash this summer drove US investors towards safe haven investment. The US investors started buying gold bars and coins in the wake of August meltdown.
General Motors promised The United Auto Workers union a $1.9-billion investment in US operations that would add 3,300 union jobs in the country under a proposed four-year contract.
Despite escalating capital expenditure, the US-based wireless carrier AT&T is optimistic of achieving double-digit growth in revenues for the second half of 2015.
The continuous fall of peso currency is giving jitters to the Mexican economy. The second largest economy in Latin America is making all the possible efforts to prevent the arrest of its falling peso. It increased dollar auction level by almost four times to support the weakening peso.