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Jude Webber writes about Mexico and Central America for the FT. She was previously a foreign correspondent for Reuters.
She also contributes to the Latam Viva and Free Trade emails.
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The country’s new president has avoided conflict with the US
President to sign pledge after opposition accuses him of plotting to extend term
Decision by López Obrador to overrule official hints at cabinet tensions
Deputy finance minister says $2.5bn will instead be used to boost Pemex production
President promises infrastructure projects and says economic ‘balance’ will be kept
New president’s popularity is at risk from signs of a weakening economy
Rating agency cites concerns about lower growth and new government’s energy policy
State oil group presents financial dilemma to Mexico’s government
Despite the conviction of its most important boss, Joaquín Guzmán, the narcotics trade is booming
Bailout plan comes as company grapples with falling production and massive debt
Alfonso Cuarón’s drama focuses on the ordinary Mexicans the new president has promised to represent
Mexican cartel kingpin faces life in prison after conviction
Bailout of state oil company will have to be substantial to reverse its decline
Country weary of corruption and gang violence turns to unconventional young populist
Critics claim President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is becoming deaf to advice
Populist’s decisive first round victory ends three decades of two-party rule
Leftist president diverts Grand Prix funds to Mayan Train project in Mexico’s poorer south
Administration moves to boost state oil company’s production
The low participation of females in its workforce is like driving the economy on ‘half an engine’