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The president-elect presented her ministers of energy, health, urban development, public administration and infrastructure and transport on Thursday.


Bank of Mexico holds key rate at 11%; peso barely reacts
The central bank said that a rate cut could come in the not-too-distant future, despite increases in the annual headline inflation rate since March.
Bank of Mexico holds key rate at 11%; peso barely reacts
The central bank said that a rate cut could come in the not-too-distant future, despite increases in the annual headline inflation rate since March.
Chocolate Tres Leches: Your new favorite dessert
The only thing better than a traditional tres leches cake is this delicious reinterpretation of the king of Mexican desserts.
Chocolate Tres Leches: Your new favorite dessert
The only thing better than a traditional tres leches cake is this delicious reinterpretation of the king of Mexican desserts.
Claudia Sheinbaum meets with Canada’s Foreign Minister
Sheinbaum and Mélanie Joly discussed the USMCA, and the foreign minister also commented in an interview about the proposed judicial reform.
Claudia Sheinbaum meets with Canada’s Foreign Minister
Sheinbaum and Mélanie Joly discussed the USMCA, and the foreign minister also commented in an interview about the proposed judicial reform.
Marcelo Ebrard talks trade, nearshoring and US-Mexico relations in La Jornada interview
Mexico’s next economy minister said the United States will “need Mexico to be able to compete with China” in an interview with La Jornada newspaper.
Marcelo Ebrard talks trade, nearshoring and US-Mexico relations in La Jornada interview
Mexico’s next economy minister said the United States will “need Mexico to be able to compete with China” in an interview with La Jornada newspaper.
5 queer-owned businesses in Mexico to check out before the end of June
From markets to galleries, these companies are pushing the boundaries of art, culture and commerce while promoting acceptance.
5 queer-owned businesses in Mexico to check out before the end of June
From markets to galleries, these companies are pushing the boundaries of art, culture and commerce while promoting acceptance.
Mexico City survived ‘Day Zero’ but reservoirs are still low, despite heavy rainfall
Tropical Storm Alberto didn’t replenish Mexico City’s reservoirs as much as was hoped, and so the Cutzamala water system is still struggling.
Mexico City survived ‘Day Zero’ but reservoirs are still low, despite heavy rainfall
Tropical Storm Alberto didn’t replenish Mexico City’s reservoirs as much as was hoped, and so the Cutzamala water system is still struggling.
‘Historic’ rains have drenched Yucatán peninsula as new Atlantic storm forms
Already battered by heavy rains, Cancún and the rest of the Yucatán Peninsula are bracing for a possible tropical storm early next week.
‘Historic’ rains have drenched Yucatán peninsula as new Atlantic storm forms
Already battered by heavy rains, Cancún and the rest of the Yucatán Peninsula are bracing for a possible tropical storm early next week.

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