Mexico City Bureau

Mexico-U.S. Imports And Exports Fall Almost 50%
Mexico is the United States’ main trading partner. But trade between both countries has been seriously impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, as imports and exports dropped historically.
Mexico-U.S. Imports And Exports Fall Almost 50%
Mexico is the United States’ main trading partner. But trade between both countries has been seriously impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, as imports and exports dropped historically.
Jun. 5, 2020
Protests In Mexico After Construction Worker Dies In Police Custody
In the United States, thousands have been rallying after the death of George Floyd. And on Thursday, hundreds in Mexico protested in the city of Guadalajara after a civilian allegedly was beaten to death in police custody a month ago.
Jun. 4, 2020
Thousands Rally In Mexico From Their Cars Against Their President
While protests continued throughout the United States last weekend after the death of George Floyd, thousands of people in Mexico rallied against their president — riding their vehicles.
Jun. 1, 2020
Mexican President Prepares Tour While Pandemic Spreads
Mexico’s cases of coronavirus and deaths related to it are still increasing by hundreds. But the president decided to start touring around the country again on June 1, mainly to supervise and inaugurate state projects.
May. 29, 2020
Mexico Cancer Patients Families Protest For Support During Pandemic
Mexico’s public health budget and services decreased or changed as a result of the president’s frugal policies, affecting cancer patients. Now, activists claim that the government focuses on the coronavirus, leaving this high-risk group unprotected.
May. 27, 2020
Analysts: Mexicos Fiscal Response To COVID-19 Is Poor
Mexico’s federal fiscal response to the coronavirus pandemic follows the president’s austerity plans. But analysts fear that the lack of stimulus and relief packages might create a backlash against the country’s economy.
May. 22, 2020
Mexicans Of African Descent Fight For Recognition In Mexico
Mexico has a rich African heritage, but also an adjacent history of oblivion. And Afro descendants in Mexico are fighting to be respected and recognized.
May. 20, 2020
Nearly 1,000 Mexico Nationals Dead From COVID-19 In The U.S.
The COVID-19 virus attacks regardless of any nationality. And the Mexican government is reporting hundreds of its nationals sick in the U.S and nearly 1,000 dead.
May. 19, 2020
Mexican Government Changes Renewable Energy Rules
The coronavirus pandemic gave the Mexican government an opportunity to push for some changes on the renewable energy market. And some fear this could bring higher rates, less investment and more state control.
May. 19, 2020
Mexico Plans To Reignite Industries Tied To The U.S.
Mexico’s federal government presented its plan to gradually reopen activities during the pandemic. And it includes the reactivation of industries crucial for trade with the United States.
May. 13, 2020
Mexican President Orders The Military To Attend Public Safety
Mexico will experience a new phase in its fight against crime, as the president ordered the military to help with the task. And while some see it as an opportunity to stop violence, skeptics fear a militarization of the country.
May. 12, 2020
10 Years After Operation Fast And Furious, Mexico Demands Apology From U.S.
A decade ago, a failed U.S. gun-walking sting spanning both sides of the border, called Operation Fast and Furious, ended in death and notoriety. Mexico’s president is bringing back the issue, demanding clarity and even an apology.
May. 8, 2020
With Trumps Blessing, México Buys Ventilators From The U.S.
Like in many parts of the U.S., one of the main concerns in Mexico facing the coronavirus pandemic is having enough ventilators for patients. But the Mexican government just closed a deal to get the equipment from the U.S. while facing a domestic controversy.
May. 7, 2020
COVID-19 Strikes Remittances, Families And Economies In The United States And Mexico
The U.S. is by far the largest source of money sent by migrants to family and friends around the globe, according to the World Bank. India and China are the largest recipients, followed by Mexico, a country that strongly depends on these remittances. How will the coronavirus pandemic hit both sides of the border?
May. 6, 2020
Mexican Consulates Prepare As Lockdowns End In Parts Of The U.S.
The Mexican government reports that 250 of its nationals in the U.S. have the coronavirus. Mexico’s diplomatic wing is putting together a strategy to attend to its citizens in the U.S. as the pandemic continues and while many states end lockdowns.
May. 6, 2020
Drug Cartels Give Out Food In Mexico Amid The Pandemic
Many organizations across the globe are providing vulnerable communities with food to face the crisis brought by the coronavirus pandemic. And in Mexico, this kind of help is also coming from drug cartels.
May. 1, 2020
Member Of Mexico Cabinet Gets COVID-19
A new controversy in Mexico arose after one of the country’s secretaries developed COVID-19, the first high-ranking official with the disease. But the announcement came one week later — and after the media revealed her diagnosis.
Apr. 29, 2020
Mexico Vacates Migrant Shelters And Stations As A Result Of Pandemic
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the Mexican government decided to empty its migration centers and stations, while deporting thousands to Central America.
Apr. 29, 2020
AMLO Includes USMCA Trade Agreement In His Pandemic Plan
After almost three years of negotiations, the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, known as USMCA, will take effect July 1. On Friday, the Trump administration notified Congress of the new agreement date, and the Mexican president is including it in his economic plan to face the pandemic.
Apr. 27, 2020
COVID-19 Pandemic Threatens Migrants In Mexico
A judge in Mexico recently ordered the release of COVID-19 vulnerable migrants from detention centers. But human rights groups are urging Mexico to protect all migrants from the pandemic.
Apr. 24, 2020