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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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Amid record crops and rising prices for consumers, some growers are unable to cover their costs
Deal struck with Canada and Mexico and delays to EU and Japan levies
Deal could help smooth ratification of the revision to Nafta
Avocado and tomato prices heading up on supply worries
López Obrador rejects private sector bids in favour of state company
Measure likely to cost industry $350m a year, Mexican official says
Mexico’s president is playing down recent power outages
Early count reveals only a slim margin of victory over opponent Rómulo Roux
Negotiator says US must scrap last year’s tariffs before agreement can be approved
New series about Hernán Cortés highlights clash between history and modern-day politics
Some key facts from the world’s busiest land border as president ramps up pressure
US president had faced stark warnings of economic consequences due to a closure
US president warns he will cut aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras and shut Mexico border
Country’s position as a cheap location for US and Canadian factories under spotlight
Madrid rebuffs Mexican president’s demand for apology over conquest 500 years ago
Country’s third-richest man slams president’s leftwing policies and centralised style
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