Mexico again says there is ‘no way’ it will pay for Trump wall

Mexico again says there is 'no way' it will pay for Trump wall MEXICO CITY — Mexico’s new foreign minister rallied his diplomatic troops on Monday, promising to pursue dialogue with Donald Trump’s administration but warning that the Republican’s policies could affect the “destiny of future generations” of Mexicans.

Washington Post

Thousands of Mexicans protest gasoline price hikes

MEXICO CITY – Mexicans angry over a spike in gasoline prices took to the streets of Mexico City on Saturday after days of protests spurred looting in hundreds of stores, resulting in over a thousand arrests in Latin America’s second-largest economy

AG Week

Mexico says it is willing to negotiate with Trump, including border wall

Mexico’s new foreign relations secretary says the country isn’t only willing to negotiate changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement, it wants negotiations as soon as possible. International · Anthony Murgio arrives for a hearing at the

BNN

Mexico Seeks to Contain Prices as Anger Mounts Over Fuel Hike

The move comes after the government hiked gasoline prices by 14 to 20 percent on Jan. 1, sparking protests across Mexico, which is already facing a slumping currency, rising inflation and economic threats from U.S. President-elect Donald Trump.

Mexico Star

Mexico gas hike fuels fire of economic woes

After more than a week of protests against fuel hikes in Mexico, President Enrique Pena Nieto has proposed new measures to help keep costs down. But with a protectionist U.S. president about to take office, the country’s economy could be in for an even …

Reuters

Mexico Launches Plan to Boost Economy, Control Prices amid Gas Surge

Peña Nieto Nieto is trying to ensure the rest of the economy isn’t affected by the deregulation of and subsequent price increase in gas prices. (Gobierno de México). EspañolFaced with Mexico’s increasing gas prices, President Enrique Peña Nieto made a …

PanAm Post

Protests continue in Mexico as thousands rally against fuel price hike

Thousands marched in Mexico City against gasoline price hikes despite Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto’s promises to contain the effects. In response, Pena Nieto has announced that his government, businesses and union leaders are pledging to …

International Business Times UK

Mexico says it will negotiate with President-elect Donald Trump

Mexico’s foreign relations secretary says the country wants to negotiate changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement as soon as possible. Luis Videgaray said there’s “enormous uncertainty” in the wake of the U.S. election. President-elect Donald …

USA TODAY

Mexico: Government Announces Measures To Contain Price Increases

Mexico’s government is planning measures to limit the impact of rising prices on Mexican consumers, President Enrique Pena Nieto said, Forbes reported Jan. 10. While much remains unclear about the government’s plan, one of its main focuses appears to …

STRATFOR

Mexico seeks to contain prices as anger, protests rise over fuel hike

Mexico vowed to keep a lid on prices as part of an economic plan set out on Monday to dampen widespread outrage over a major fuel price hike which has caused major protests and looting. Under proposals announced by Mexican President Enrique Pena …

CBC.ca

Mexico gas protests, looting leave 2 dead, 700 arrested

People ransack a store Thursday in Veracruz, Mexico. Anger over gasoline price hikes has fueled more protests and looting, and officials say the unrest has resulted in two deaths and hundreds of arrests. Sothebys/Huff – In Story Quarter #1 – 50k.

Jackson Hole News&Guide

Mexico protests 20% petrol price hike demanding President Pena Nieto resignation

Six people have died in clashes with the police and 1,500 people were detained for looting shops in the past week. Sofia Lotto Persio. By Sofia Lotto Persio. January 10, 2017 15:17 GMT. Updated 39 min ago …

International Business Times UK

How Mexico Is Bracing Itself for Donald Trump’s Presidency

Yuri Cortez—AFP/Getty Images US presidential candidate Donald Trump (R) delivers a joint press conference with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto in Mexico City on Aug. 31, 2016. The President-elect has said he’ll scrap NAFTA, deport millions, and …

TIME

Mexicans Are Rioting Because Trump Is Coming Through On His Promises

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump speaks briefly to reporters between meetings at the Mar-a-lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, U.S. December 28, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst. 5412339. Mexicans are livid because President-elect Donald Trump is …

Daily Caller

Vandalism sparked by oil price hikes in Mexico “very worrying”: OECD chief

Citizens take part in a peaceful march against the gasoline price increase by nearly 20 percent within the first week of 2017, at the Zocalo Square of Mexico City, capital of Mexico, on Jan. 7, 2017. (Xinhua/Str). MEXICO CITY, Jan. 9 (Xinhua) — A wave

Xinhua

Mexico’s top diplomat says Mexico won’t be submissive to US

Mexico’s new top diplomat says the country will not promote conflict or confrontation with the United States but also won’t be submissive. Foreign Relations Secretary Luis Videgaray didn’t mention the upcoming inauguration of President-elect Donald J

Vallarta Daily

Protests ignited by gasoline price hikes continue to roil Mexico

In Tijuana and Nogales, massive demonstrations over rising gasoline prices forced authorities to temporarily close crossing stations on the U.S.-Mexico border, while in Rosarito protesters cheered as a man intentionally drove his pickup into a group of

Los Angeles Times

Will fuel-price increase help Mexico’s economy?

President insists that the 20 percent increase is to the benefit of the country as it will stabilise the economy. 09 Jan 2017 21:44 GMT Latin America, Mexico, Business & Economy · Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social. Mexican President

Aljazeera.com

If Fuel Price Protests in Mexico Grow

Demonstrators block a highway outside Mexico City to protest higher fuel prices. Without a chance at another term, President Enrique Pena Nieto has little to lose politically, and thus little incentive to back down. (BRETT GUNDLOCK/Getty Images) …

STRATFOR