Weekly Roundups
The Tula refinery continues to be blocked due to protests from teachers, which has led PEMEX to reduce production.
CRE Executive Resigns
News Article
Following accusations of corruption, CRE Executive Secretary Miguel Angel Rincon Velazquez resigns from him post.
Cristian Huertas
Startup Contributor
Cristian Huertas
Country Manager
Fintech offers superb potential but the Mexican government needs to muster the will to adopt technology, writes Cristian Huertas.
News Article
LLI has won several PEMEX contracts, despite both companies knowing Obrador Olán’s relationship to the president.
PEMEX gas station
Weekly Roundups
PEMEX is dragged into another corruption scandal as Dutch trader Vitol accepts bribery charges.
mayan train tracks
Weekly Roundups
The tender for the train’s fifth segment that was delayed last week has now been canceled. This and more in this week’s roundup!
fcc construcción corporate offices
News Article
A contractor set to build the Mayan Train’s second segment joins the list of companies with a problematic past.
sat customs offices
News Article
An agreement recently approved by SAT will give Mexican customs authorities more control to address outstanding issues.
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