Vietnamese steel exports recorded high growth

Vietnamese steel exports recorded high growth

Vietnam's exports of iron and steel have been growing rapidly in the first five months of the year, with exports to the EU quintupling against the year prior.
Mexico unveils $14 bn investment plan to boost economy

Mexico unveils $14 bn investment plan to boost economy

Mexico announced Monday a $14 billion investment plan in cooperation with the private sector to boost the pandemic-stricken economy through infrastructure projects.
Mexico's coronavirus death toll passes 40,000: official

Mexico's coronavirus death toll passes 40,000: official

Mexico on Tuesday passed 40,000 deaths from the novel coronavirus pandemic as the country, which has the fourth-highest COVID-19 death toll in the world, struggles to contain the disease.
Major quake hits southern Mexico, at least 2 killed

Major quake hits southern Mexico, at least 2 killed

MEXICO CITY: A powerful earthquake of magnitude 7.4 struck southern Mexico's Pacific coast on Tuesday (Jun 23), killing at least two people, buckling paved roads, and cutting off isolated villages.
OPEC, allies meet to discuss output cuts

OPEC, allies meet to discuss output cuts

VENNA: OPEC and its allies were holding talks via video conference Saturday (Jun 6) to assess their current deal to slash production as oil prices tentatively recover on easing coronavirus lockdowns.
Olympic qualifying tournament in Mexico postponed by virus

Olympic qualifying tournament in Mexico postponed by virus

A 2020 Tokyo Olympic football North American qualifying tournament that was scheduled to begin next Friday in Mexico has been postponed by organisers due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Troops fire gas as migrants try to storm into Mexico

Troops fire gas as migrants try to storm into Mexico

Hundreds of Central Americans from a new migrant caravan tried to force their way into Mexico on Monday (Jan 20) by crossing the river that divides the country from Guatemala, prompting the National Guard to fire tear gas.
14 killed in fiery family mini-bus crash in Mexico

14 killed in fiery family mini-bus crash in Mexico

A mini-bus carrying a family to a holiday beach getaway in Mexico crashed into a lumber truck on Wednesday (Dec 18) and caught fire, killing 14 people including five children, authorities said.
29 bodies found in plastic bags in Mexico mass grave

29 bodies found in plastic bags in Mexico mass grave

Mexican forensics experts have found at least 29 bodies stuffed in 119 plastic bags that were dumped in the bottom of a well outside the western city of Guadalajara, officials said Tuesday (Sep 17).
Attackers kill 26 in Mexico bar fire

Attackers kill 26 in Mexico bar fire

Gunmen burst into a Mexican strip club in a hail of bullets and killed at least 26 people as they trapped revellers inside and started a raging fire, officials said on Wednesday (Aug 28).
Mexico ratifies new trade deal with US, Canada

Mexico ratifies new trade deal with US, Canada

Mexico ratified the new North American trade agreement on Wednesday (Jun 19), making the country the first to give it final approval despite recent tension with the US.
Mexico blocks caravan of 1,200 Central American migrants

Mexico blocks caravan of 1,200 Central American migrants

Authorities blocked a caravan of around 1,200 Central American migrants Wednesday (Jun 5) after they entered Mexico bound for the United States, as the government scrambled to dodge President Donald Trump's threat to impose tariffs over undocumented immigration.
Asia markets fall after Trump announces Mexico tariffs

Asia markets fall after Trump announces Mexico tariffs

Asian stocks edged down on Friday (May 31) as US President Donald Trump's sudden announcement of tariffs on all Mexican imports saw Tokyo shares drop, rattling investors.
Uruguayan beauty queen found dead in Mexico hotel room

Uruguayan beauty queen found dead in Mexico hotel room

A Uruguayan beauty queen who represented her country at the Miss Universe and Miss World pageants was found dead on Thursday (May 2) in a Mexico City hotel room, investigators said.
Trump says sending 'armed soldiers' to US-Mexico border

Trump says sending 'armed soldiers' to US-Mexico border

President Donald Trump said on Wednesday (Apr 24) the US is sending armed soldiers to the southern border after Mexican soldiers recently "pulled guns" on US troops, escalating his war of words with Mexico on immigration.
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