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... develop and produce hydrocarbons at Tecolutla through a licensing contract with the Mexican government. The Tecolutla block was awarded to Tonalli as part of the ...
... develop and produce hydrocarbons at Tecolutla through a licensing contract with the Mexican government. The Tecolutla block was awarded to Tonalli as part of the ...
... develop and produce hydrocarbons at Tecolutla through a licensing contract with the Mexican government. The Tecolutla block was awarded to Tonalli as part of the ...
... same period in 2016, despite vows to crack down on illegal immigration, Mexican government data show. About 152,000 Mexican nationals were repatriated from the U.S. ...
... - A crackdown on illegal immigration under President Donald Trump has led Mexican government officials to ramp up efforts to help Mexicans stay in South ...
... is the result of our strong law enforcement relationship with the Government of Mexico, and the Department of Justices continuing efforts to combat international narcotics ...
... hearing in San José, Costa Rica, where the court is based. The Mexican government was due to send its final arguments, which are not public, ...
... killing machine that operates by setting up franchises across the country. “The Mexican government has no or very little control over the cartels,” said a ...
... while the department tracks deaths from unnatural causes, it relies on the Mexican government for information and gathers few details. The death of Abbey Conner, ...
... in the southern tip of Baja California. To ease tourists' concerns, the Mexican government and hotel operators in southern Baja California's beach towns have teamed ...
... it "not talking about the wall in the room." Senior U.S. and Mexican government officials on Thursday pledged to continue working together to fight international ...
... tourists when they are are victims of crimes. A longstanding problem The Mexican government has long acknowledged it has significant problems with illegal alcohol but ...
... why Gutierrez could not entrust himself to the safekeeping of the same Mexican government that once threatened him. Some Mexican journalists have attempted to take ...
... Mr. Peña Nieto's administration this year. Sophisticated spying technology sold to the Mexican government for the purpose of tracking terrorists and criminal networks has instead ...
... skyrocketed and the bondholders launched massive foreclosure actions. Financial institutions and the Mexican government promoted the so-called social interest loans as a means of extending ...
... costs, following a trend seen in other auctions around the world. The Mexican government this month announced the average price achieved in its third long-term ...
... incident, Mexico issued a statement expressing "regret" over the attack. "The Government of Mexico condemns violence and expresses its absolute willingness to collaborate with officials ...
... they might find. 'The Entire State Is a Mass Grave' Officially, the Mexican government acknowledges the disappearances of more than 30,000 people -- men, women ...
... following the confrontation. During the court proceedings, which were posted online, the Mexican government said that the state recognized the abuse and accepted responsibility in ...
... The Mexican government is working on a compromise proposal to tighten the so-called rules ...
... maintain the facilities for four years. This contract is part of the Mexican government's plan to bring electricity for the first time to 10,000 homes ...
... million jobs, according to ImpactECON, a Boulder, Colo.-based consultancy. In public, the Mexican government insists its economy can weather the trade accord's demise. Mexican officials ...
... Istmeños resisted interventions and invasions by the British, the French, and the Mexican government itself (in 1850 Mexico's first indigenous president and national hero, Benito ...
... their dorsal fins, each of which carries unique scars and markings. The Mexican government might give each one identified a name, officials said, in hopes ...
... MEXICO CITY (AP) - The Mexican government reaffirmed its commitment to human rights Wednesday after a study found ...
... land a UN contract to clean up the Niger Delta and a Mexican government contract for remediation of tailings ponds. The company offered jobs to ...
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