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Hugo López-Gatell said this is Mexico’s “last chance” to prevent the health crisis from becoming unstoppable, as has happened in other countries.
by Ricardo Guzman
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Four more patients were reported to have died since yesterday’s briefing, meaning the total number of deaths moves to 12
by Ricardo Guzman
Weekly Roundups
This administration’s flagship infrastructure projects will continue on schedule despite COVID-19. This and more in this week’s roundup!
by Pedro Alcalá
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A large segment of Mexico’s commercial and retail sector has now committed to a zero-layoff policy.
by Pedro Alcalá
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The natural gas sector is in peril, as traders wait for direction amid concerns over the rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus.
by Dalia Maria de León
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The approval of new real estate developments on Reforma is part of a strategy to jumpstart Mexico City’s economy.
by Pedro Alcalá
Weekly Roundups
COVID-19 has put strain on Mexico’s labor, forcing all economic actors to step up. Read your weekly roundup here!
by Cas Biekmann
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Solidarity might help many companies survive, while contributing to the world’s sanitary crisis.
by Miriam Bello
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If there is a bright side to the current health contingency, Mexican gold miners may find it in sustained, long-term high prices.
by Alejandro Ehrenberg
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