A Donald Trump presidency concerned many in Mexico who gathered to follow the US presidential elections. During the campaign, Trump pledged to restrict immigration to the US to build a wall along the southern border and force Mexico to pay for it.
Democrats hope to mobilize Texas's growing Latino population to vote in November's midterm elections. The state is poised to send two Hispanic women to the national legislature for the first time ever.
During ongoing discussions about reworking the NAFTA free trade pact, Robert Lighthizer has said that he expects a breakthrough in the coming days, though his Mexican counterpart has urged more flexibility for a deal.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s incoming administration has sent mixed messages on the direction of the country. There is a growing uncertainty, but the economy doesn’t seem to mind. DW explores the contradictions.
Mexico chooses a new strategy ahead of the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement, as newly elected Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador starts to warm up to Donald Trump.
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