Globe and Mail
Mexico eyes foreign investment as Senate approves energy reform bills
The Mexican Congress is moving quickly to enact legislation that will drive massive reform in the country's energy sector, and create both opportunities and challenges for Canadians producers and service providers in the industry.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Mexico's Senate OKs Bills Expanding Power of Energy Regulators
Meanwhile, two other bills passed late on Sunday define the administration and new transparency measures for state-run oil company Pemex and national electricity utility Both sets of bills were passed by a coalition of the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party and the center-right National Action Party , and opposed by a collection of ... (more)
Mexico's Senate OKs fresh changes to Pemex, electrical utility
Mexico's Senate passed two bills late on Sunday that set out modified structures for the country's two state-owned energy companies, part of a sweeping reform that overhauls the oil, gas and electricity sectors.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
The Miami Herald
Is Mexico's effort to break up TV, cellphone monopolies foundering?
A year ago, Mexico's Congress approved a telecommunications overhaul that lawmakers said would end monopoly control of television and telephones and curb the power of some of the nation's richest men.
Mexico's Grand-Bargain Dealmaker Is Back in Action
Months behind on a plan to get laws implemented to support last year's sweeping constitutional reforms in energy and telecommunications, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto is back in deal-maker mode.
Mexican Senate approves secondary telecoms legislation bill
Mexico's Senate has given its approval to legislation needed to implement wide-ranging reforms in the telecommunications markets, the Financial Times reports.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Mexican Congress eyes quick telecoms laws approval
Mexico's Senate on Friday aims to pass long-delayed legislation setting out the fine print of a major reform of the phone and TV markets that seeks to curb the power of multibillionaire Carlos Slim and broadcaster Televisa.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Mexico Stopped 9,622 Unaccompanied Minors From Crossing Border in 2013
Mexican immigration agents have stopped 9,622 unaccompanied minors this year, a figure equal to the 2013 total, with the total for the full year projected at 16,000, Deputy Government Secretary for Population, Migration and Religious Affairs Mercedes del Carmen Guillen Vicente said.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
The Baltimore Sun
Crime-ridden state poses acid test for Mexican oil reform
During Mexico's first oil boom, Tampico was such a magnet for foreign capital that it became the biggest oil-exporting port in the Americas and home to grandiose architecture that inspired comparisons to Venice and New Orleans.