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Mexico to vaccinate migrants in Baja California under new border initiative
  + stars: | 2021-06-19 | by ( Lizbeth Diaz | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez/File PhotoMEXICO CITY, June 18 (Reuters) - Authorities in the Mexican border state of Baja California say they will include migrants in the new COVID-19 vaccination plan for border cities, which is aimed at accelerating the reopening of the shared land border with the United States. Baja California Health Secretary Alonso Óscar Pérez told Reuters on Friday that the agency has a plan to vaccinate migrants as part of this new border vaccination initiative. Mexico is rolling out its border initiative first in Baja California, home to one of the busiest land border crossings in the world, then plans to move west state-by-state until reaching Mexico's eastern seaboard. The decision to include migrants in Baja California may mean migrants will be included across Mexico's border, where thousands of mostly Central American migrants wait, often for months, in hopes of being able to cross into the United States. Migrant advocates have been pushing the state for information about how this vaccination drive will include the estimated 4,000 migrants living in Baja California, according to data provided by local shelters.
Persons: Jose Luis Gonzalez, Johnson, Alonso Óscar Pérez, Lizbeth Diaz, Cynthia Osterman Organizations: Central America, Paso del, REUTERS, MEXICO CITY, Johnson, Reuters, Central, Thomson Locations: Central, U.S, Mexico, Paso, Paso del Norte, United States, Ciudad Juarez, MEXICO, Mexican, Baja California, California, Mexico's, Tijuana
SAN LUIS POTOSÍ, Mexico — Jardín Guerrero, one of the many plazas in San Luis Potosí’s downtown historic district, had the remnants of any warm summer day. Far from the shorelines, San Luis Potosí is known for its Spanish-style cathedrals throughout the city. According to the University of San Luis Potosí, 37.6 percent of San Luis Potosi’s population lived in poverty in 2010. According to the Mexican government, San Luis Potosí has had over 5,615 deaths and 64,775 cases of Covid-19. Masks continue to be worn in San Luis Potosi’s central shopping district on Calle Miguel Hidalgo.
Persons: Jardín Guerrero, Mexico’s, San Luis Potosí, Matthew Mata, It's, University of San Luis Potosí, Luis, Fernando Hernandez Maldonado, Calle Miguel Hidalgo, Patricia Rodríguez, Luis Potosí, Diaz, , Jorge Alejandro Beraz, , Beraz, Rachel Solís, Piqueria Mezcaleria, Solís, Gabriela Aranda, Elsa Almendarez, ” Gabriela, Maldonado, Rosa Pérez, Aranda, Almendarez, Díaz, Jorge, Rachel Solis, ” Maldonado, ” Rodríguez Organizations: Plaza de, Historic, NBC, University of San, Public Health, Mexico’s Health Ministry, Shop, Calle, Mexican Institute of Social Services, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, , Facebook, Twitter Locations: Mexico, San Luis, Mexico City, University of San Luis, San, Calle Miguel, Covid, Luis
The Chilean peso slumped 1.4%, leading losses across Latin America as copper prices headed for their worst week since March 2020. Concerns over Chinese caps on prices also weighed on prices. It is set to post its worst week in nine months, and was also the worst performing Latam currency this week along with the Chilean peso, with both units set for a 3.6% loss. Ferrarezi said the Mexican central bank "has been, in relative terms, less hawkish than for instance Brazil's Banco Central. Brazil's central bank this week sent a strongly hawkish message, pushing the real to one-year highs.
Persons: Susan Mathew, Ambar Warrick, James Bullard, Wilson Ferrarezi, Ferrarezi, Latam, Brazil's Bovespa, Sujata Rao, Alistair Bell, Giles Elgood Organizations: Federal Reserve, TS Lombard, Brazil's Banco Central, Senate, Brazil Bovespa, Mexico IPC Locations: America, Mexican, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Bengaluru
REUTERS/Evelyn HocksteinWASHINGTON, June 17 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen met with Mexican finance minister Arturo Herrera on Thursday, stressing the importance of securing support from the Group of 20 major economies for a proposed global minimum tax, the Treasury said in a statement. Yellen, whose proposal for a global minimum tax of at least 15% has won the backing of the Group of Seven advanced economies, is now urging G20 countries - including Mexico and China - to support the plan when they meet in Venice in July. Yellen told U.S. lawmakers that Washington would not agree to any type of special treatment for China or other countries that would weaken a global minimum tax regime. Herrera, who met with Yellen in Washington, said the two officials discussed the possible approval and implementation of the global minimum tax rate, but gave no details. Treasury said Yellen reviewed ongoing efforts in both countries to address the COVID-19 pandemic and to support a robust economic recovery.
Persons: Janet Yellen, Arturo Herrera Gutierrez, Evelyn Hockstein WASHINGTON, Arturo Herrera, Yellen, Herrera, Kristalina Georgieva, Andrea Shalal, Jacqueline Wong Organizations: Mexican Finance, U.S . Department of, Treasury, REUTERS, . Treasury, U.S, Federal Reserve, International Monetary Fund, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, Mexico, China, Venice, Washington, Central America
Mexican economy grows nearly 25% in May as recovery gathers steam
  + stars: | 2021-06-17 | by ( ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
A breakdown of the figures showed that secondary activities, which include manufacturing, were up by 36.4% from May 2020. The agency also said the preliminary figures pointed to month-on-month economic growth of 0.5% between April and May. The coronavirus pandemic hit the Mexican economy hard last year, reducing gross domestic product by some 8.5%. In 2021, the finance ministry says the economy could grow by 6.5%, recouping much of the ground lost. Robust export activity has helped to drive the recovery, which has benefited from massive economic stimulus spending in the United States, Mexico's top trade partner.
Persons: Dave Graham, Alex Richardson Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Thomson Locations: MEXICO, United States
Weighing 75 kilos (165 lb), about twice the recommended weight for her age, the Mexican girl had just suffered a minor heart attack. "The doctor told me that I'll die, that I'll not even turn 18 years old," she said at her home in Texcoco, in the outskirts of the Mexican capital. Despite efforts to limit sales of junk food to children and tax consumption of sugary drinks, Mexico's diabetes problem is worsening. Popkin said it was clear nutrition-related diseases - obesity, diabetes, hypertension and others - were stoking COVID-19 mortality rates in Mexico, which are among the world's highest. TEMPTATION EVERYWHEREHigh calorie temptation is everywhere, not least Daniela's mother's corner store, which offers treats that sell even in deprived neighborhoods: soda, potato chips and packaged cakes.
Persons: Carlos Jasso, Daniela, Mexico Federico Gomez, Barry Popkin, Popkin, Angelica, Betzabe Salgado, Salgado, Pricila, Carlos, ” Carlos, Stefanie Eschenbacher, Frank Jack Daniel, Daniel Flynn, Diane Craft Organizations: REUTERS, Reuters, Mexico, Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North, University of Michigan, Mexico's, Food, Thomson Locations: Acolman, Mexico, 3gp1i6h TEXCOCO, Texcoco, Mexico City, University of North Carolina, United States, European Union, Canada, Switzerland
Leaked probe finds six "deficiencies" linked to Mexico metro crash, says newspaper
  + stars: | 2021-06-16 | by ( ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
Employees from different companies work at the site where an overpass for a metro partially collapsed with train cars on it, in Mexico City, Mexico May 11, 2021. REUTERS/Carlos JassoMEXICO CITY, June 16 (Reuters) - A Norwegian company has found six "deficiencies" in the construction process that contributed to the collapse of the Mexico City metro last month, according to contents of a leaked report published by a leading Mexican newspaper on Wednesday. El Financiero newspaper said the preliminary report into the crash that killed 26 people, compiled by Norwegian external auditor DNV, cites structural failure associated with at least "six deficiencies in the construction process". El Financiero said the 58-page report cited welding of bolts, including unfinished or poorly executed welds, as well as deformation of the beams, among the deficiencies. Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, Latin America's wealthiest man and Lopez Obrador ally, has also faced pressure over the crash as his construction arm Grupo Carso was involved in building the section that collapsed.
Persons: Carlos Jasso, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, El Financiero, Lopez Obrador's, Marcelo Ebrard, Carlos Slim, Lopez Obrador, Grupo Carso, Drazen Jorgic, Frank Jack Daniel Our Organizations: Carlos Jasso MEXICO CITY, El, Foreign, Grupo, Thomson Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, Carlos Jasso MEXICO, Norwegian, Mexican
California reopens, says goodbye to most Covid rules
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
SAN FRANCISCO — California, the first state in America to put in place a coronavirus lockdown, is now turning a page on the pandemic. Just in time for summer, California wants to send the message that life in the Golden State is getting much closer to normal. Disneyland is throwing its doors open to all tourists after allowing just California residents. “The state is not just poised to recover, it’s poised to come roaring back.”To mark the reopening, Newsom will make a few lucky residents millionaires. Pandemic highs and lows saw California go from being a success story to the U.S. epicenter of the virus.
Persons: Castro, , Gavin Newsom, it’s, Newsom, Caroline Beteta, , Angie Barragan, , won’t, Sandy Rending, Tom La Torre, ” It’s, Rita Torres, She’s Organizations: FRANCISCO, Golden State, Dodgers, Giants, , Visit, California Nurses Association Locations: California, America, Golden, Los Angeles, San Francisco, United States, Visit California, U.S, Las Vegas, Mexican, Fisherman’s, Oakland
Gunmen hijacked two trucks hauling more than 7 million rounds of ammunition in central Mexico. Gunmen hijacked two trucks hauling more than 7 million rounds of ammunition in central Mexico, a massive heist that could escalate fighting in one of the country's most violent areas. The stolen ammunition was for 14 different types of guns and had an estimated value of $2.7 million, according to media estimates. Mexico has strict gun-control laws, and the vast majority of illegal weaponry used by criminal groups in Mexico is sourced in the United States. The highest-profile case of ammunition robbery in Mexico came in July 2020 when 28,000 bullets disappeared from the police force of Silao, a town in Guanajuato.
Persons: San Luis de la, Luis de la Organizations: Gunmen, San Luis de la Paz, El Universal, National Defense Secretariat, Nacional –, Luis de la Paz, New, Generación –, Lima Cartel, Gulf Cartel, REUTERS, Foreign Ministry, Associated Press Locations: Mexico, San Luis de, Guanajuato, Cuernavaca, Texas, Luis de, Jalisco, Santa Rosa, Lima, Mexican, Veracruz, United States, León, Nogales , Arizona
Mexican state of Sinaloa approves same-sex marriage
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( ) + 0.98   time to read: 1 min
Participants' shadows are seen on a rainbow flag during a march in support of gay marriage, sexual and gender diversity in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, June 10 2018. REUTERS/Jose Luis GonzalezMEXICO CITY, June 15 (Reuters) - Lawmakers in the Mexican state of Sinaloa voted on Tuesday to legalize same-sex marriage, joining more than half of all Mexican states in making the practice legal. Marriage equality was approved in a unanimous vote, although a number of lawmakers abstained. Reporting by Diego Ore; Writing by Laura Gottesdiener; Editing by Richard ChangOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Jose Luis Gonzalez, Diego Ore, Laura Gottesdiener, Richard Chang Organizations: REUTERS, Jose Luis Gonzalez MEXICO CITY, Thomson Locations: Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Mexican, Sinaloa
U.S. homeland chief says U.S.-Mexico border not open to irregular migration
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( ) sentiment -0.97   time to read: +1 min
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas looks up during a Senate Appropriations Homeland Security Subcommittee hearing on the department's budget request on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., May 26, 2021. Homeland Security chief Alejandro Mayorkas said on Tuesday that the administration of President Joe Biden has sent a very clear message the Mexico-U.S. border is not open, when speaking about irregular migration to the United States. Mayorkas, on a visit in Mexico City, said he spoke with Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard about migration, trade, public health at the border and economic challenges. Yet, he said that the United States is not considering implementing a vaccine passport at the U.S.-Mexican border. Reporting by Daina Beth Solomon; Writing by Anthony Esposito; Editing by Chris ReeseOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Alejandro Mayorkas, Kevin Lamarque, Joe Biden, Marcelo Ebrard, Donald Trump, Greg Abbott, Daina Beth Solomon, Anthony Esposito, Chris Reese Organizations: of Homeland Security, Appropriations Homeland, Capitol, REUTERS, MEXICO CITY, . Homeland Security, Mexican Foreign, U.S ., Texas, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, MEXICO, Mexico, U.S, United States, Mexico City, Texas
Homeland Security chief says U.S.-Mexico border not open
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Daina Beth Solomon | ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas looks up during a Senate Appropriations Homeland Security Subcommittee hearing on the department's budget request on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., May 26, 2021. Homeland Security chief Alejandro Mayorkas said on Tuesday the U.S. southern border is not open to irregular migration, adding the Biden administration is developing "lawful pathways" aimed at slowing the flow of people at the border. Mayorkas said both Mexico and the United States were working to curtail irregular migration. read moreMayorkas added that his department would be prepared to address border issues once the order is lifted. read moreSalazar in 2017 criticized Trump's migration policies, saying border relations were about "building trust, not walls."
Persons: Alejandro Mayorkas, Kevin Lamarque, Biden, Joe Biden, Mayorkas, It's, Kamala Harris's, Critics, Harris, Donald Trump, Marcelo Ebrard, Ken Salazar, Salazar, Trump, Greg Abbott, Daina Beth Solomon, Anthony Esposito, Chris Reese Organizations: of Homeland Security, Appropriations Homeland, Capitol, REUTERS, MEXICO CITY, . Homeland Security, Homeland, U.S, Mexican Foreign, Texas, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, MEXICO, U.S, Mexico, Central America, United States, Guatemala, Texas
Lordstown Motors — The electric truck maker's stock fell more than 15% midday after announcing CEO Steve Burns and CFO Julio Rodriguez resigned. Oatly — Shares of the oat milk company dipped about 4.8% after a number of Wall Street firms began coverage of the stock. Square — Shares of the payments company rose over 4% after Deutsche Bank reiterated its buy rating on the stock. The Wall Street firm said the company has room to raise prices and the move will boost its financial results. Royal Dutch Shell – The energy stock traded about 2% higher as Royal Dutch Shell is reportedly considering a sale of shale assets in Texas.
Persons: Steve Burns, Julio Rodriguez, Lordstown, Morgan Stanley, Oppenheimer, Piper Sandler, Raymond James, Chipotle, Goldman Sachs, Shell, ContextLogic, , Jesse Pound, Maggie Fitzgerald, Pippa Stevens, Yun Li, Tanaya Macheel Organizations: Lordstown Motors, Wall Street, JPMorgan, Jefferies, Jefferies , Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Philips — Philips, Ferrari —, Royal, Shell, , AMC Entertainment, Clean Energy Fuels, BlackBerry, Bed, GameStop, Clover Health Locations: Brooklyn, New York, U.S, Jefferies ,, Mexican, Texas
Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador praised Kamala Harris after meeting her this week. "It was such a good meeting that I called her 'president,'" López Obrador told reporters Wednesday. Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador only had words of praise for "extraordinary" Vice President Kamala Harris after the two met to discuss the migration crisis this week, according to Reuters. "It's a completely new phase," López Obrador told reporters during a news conference on Wednesday, Reuters reported. López Obrador's praise for the vice president offers a stark contrast to his thoughts on Former President Donald Trump, whose administration he once likened to Nazi Germany for its migration policies.
Persons: Andres Manuel López Obrador, Kamala Harris, López Obrador, Harris, Biden, Read, López, Donald Trump, Joe Biden Organizations: Reuters, Wednesday, CNN, White Locations: Guatemala, Mexico, Nazi Germany
A year after several cruise ships were host to major coronavirus outbreaks and with large numbers of Americans now vaccinated, cruise lines have been striving to get business going. Royal Caribbean declined to give more details on the guests who had tested positive or the circumstances of their infection, when asked by Reuters on Friday. Celebrity Cruises later said it was paying to fly both guests home privately on Saturday and planning to disembark the remaining passengers on time after being tested. The Celebrity Millennium cruise is due to end on the island of St. Maarten on Saturday. Cruise expert Stewart Chiron, who is on board the Celebrity Millennium ship, told Reuters that life onboard on Thursday night had gone on as planned, with dinners, shows, and evening entertainment.
Persons: Maarten, Ashley Kosciolek, Stewart Chiron Organizations: Reuters, Royal Caribbean Group, Carnival Corp, Royal, Cruise Line Holdings Ltd, Cruises, Cruise, The U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention Locations: Royal Caribbean, St, North America, Barbados, Aruba, Curacao, The, Florida, Caribbean, Mexican Riviera, Alaska
"[We] rallied together to say to the network, 'We don't think this is right. Before Luna became a full time casting director, he learned the ropes of Hollywood developing unscripted television shows from the ground up. "As a son of immigrants, it means a lot because you don't really grow up thinking that's attainable, and you don't really grow up thinking that that is exactly what you're capable of doing," he said. Alan Luna, a casting director for tv, film and animation, said he saw early in his career that he could effect change in entertainment. Q&AName: Alan LunaJob: "Casting director at AM Casting, an office me and longtime casting director Michelle Adams founded together last year.
Persons: Alan Luna, White, Luna, Alan Luna Job, Michelle Adams, I've, Strange, Selena, Natalie Ballesteros, Baker, Vida Organizations: CNN, Angeles, CBS, Westside Locations: Mexican, LA, Latin America, Los Angeles
Mexico's president recently a "mega raffle" with 22 prizes valued at $12.5 million, the proceeds of which will be used for COVID-19 vaccines. Among the goods being given away are mansions that belonged to two of Mexico's most well known cartel bosses: Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán and Amado Carrillo Fuentes. The property, seized more than 20 years ago, is over 32,000 square feet and has an indoor pool, nine bedrooms, several Jacuzzis and saunas, a wine cellar, and a party salon. ReutersGuzmán was one of the most notorious and elusive of Mexico's drug kingpins until his final arrest in Mexico in 2016. Many of Carrillo Fuentes' properties have met the same fate that Guzmán's now face.
Persons: Guzmán, Amado Carrillo Fuentes, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Lopez Obrador, Reforma Carrillo Fuentes, Fuentes, El Chapo's, Miguel de, Diego Maradona, Reuters Guzmán, Chapo, Consuelo Loera, Daniel Becerril, Carrillo Fuentes —, El, , Carrillo Fuentes, Guzmán's, Casa Versace Organizations: Sinaloa Cartel, COVID, Institute, Goods, AP, Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Miguel de la Madrid, Reuters, Boeing, Forbes, REUTERS Locations: Ciudad Juarez, MEXICO, Sinaloa, Mexican, Mexico City, Jardines, Culiacán, Mexico's, El, Mexico, Argentina, Guzmán, Culiacan, Mazatlán, Miramar, Badiraguato, Hermosillo, Sonora, Jalisco, Carrillo's
Mexican auto parts lobby sees chip supply crunch over by December
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Sharay Angulo | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
The supply crunch began last year as the coronavirus pandemic forced the North American auto industry to shut down for a couple of months, which kicked off a cascading series of order cancellations. Bustamante pointed to steadily growing vaccination rates in major economies and ebbing infections as helping drive a return to normal for the auto sector. He noted that after Mexico's autoparts output dropped 20% last year in value terms due to the pandemic, a nearly 18% uptick is expected this year to reach $92.4 billion in production value. Mexico's massive auto sector is the country's top foreign currency earner, and employs more than 850,000 people. Every vehicle assembled in the United States includes up to $5,500 in Mexican-made parts, he said.
Persons: Kim Kyung, Alberto Bustamante, Bustamante, Bustamente Organizations: Tsinghua, REUTERS, INA, Semiconductor, IHS, North, Thomson Locations: Beijing, China, North America, American, United States
“It’s a problem Facebook has known about for many years.”Facebook spokesman Andy Stone said that the company prohibits "content that offers to provide or facilitate human smuggling. He added that Facebook permits content related to seeking asylum and that it had consulted with the United Nations on its content policies around human smuggling. The policies draw on the U.N. definition of human smuggling as “the procurement or facilitation of illegal entry into a state across international borders” that doesn’t necessarily involve coercion or force. Since 2015, researchers and journalists have regularly identified pages dedicated to human smuggling on Facebook. Deported and pennilessAt his computer, Pastor Banda pointed to another Facebook group in which migrants appear to be negotiating with coyotes.
Persons: Gustavo Banda, they’ve, , , gesturing, ” Katie Paul, Andy Stone, El Coyote Lopez ”, Nilda Garcia, Garcia, cobro de piso, ” Garcia, , Facebook —, TikTok, Facebook’s Stone, Gabriella Sanchez, Biden, Kamala Harris, Jen Psaki, Paul, Stone, ” Sanchez, Pastor Banda, He’s, ” Banda Organizations: Facebook, Tech, Capitol, NBC News, United Nations, NBC, U.S ., FBI’s National Gang Intelligence, Criminal Networks, Twitter, YouTube, Islamic, ISIS, , The, of State, White, Trump, Border Protection, Customs Locations: United States, Tijuana , Mexico, America, Mexican, , McAllen , Texas, Houston, Nicaragua, Agua, Sonora, Sinaloa, Sonora and Arizona, Mexico, Spanish, Los Angeles, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Brazil, U.S, Central America, Salvador, Texas, Honduran, Belize, Banda, California, Baja California, U.S.A
The European Central Bank kept stimulus taps wide open at its meeting. MSCI's index of EM currencies was flat with Brazil's real reversing early gains as attention turned to next week's central bank meeting. Mexico's peso erased early losses after a reshuffle of the central bank governor and finance minister on Wednesday, to rise 0.2%. Mexican Finance Minister Arturo Herrera was tapped on Wednesday by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to lead the central bank, while economist Rogelio Ramirez de la O, a close ally, was appointed finance minister. Chile's peso edged higher after a central bank poll showed the Chilean economy surged 15.2% in May and 14.7% in the second quarter.
Persons: Susan Mathew, Shreyashi Sanyal, Pedro Castillo, Keiko Fujimori, Scott Brown, Raymond James, Jair Bolsonaro, Stocks, Arturo Herrera, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Rogelio Ramirez de la, Socialist Castillo, Fujimori, Nick Macfie, Alistair Bell Organizations: Markets, Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, Mexican Finance, Citi Research, Socialist, Mexico IPC, Argentina MerVal, Colombia COLCAP, Chile Locations: Florida, Sao Paulo, Chilean, Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Bengaluru
Indonesia, South Africa, Mexico back G7 global tax reform proposal
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( ) + 0.87   time to read: +2 min
South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni reacts as he arrives to deliver his budget speech at the parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, February 26, 2020. Reuters/Sumaya HishamThe Indonesian, South African and Mexican finance ministers expressed support on Thursday for an overhaul of international tax rules to make companies pay their fair share in a more globalised and digitalised business world. G7 finance ministers agreed on Saturday on a system to make multinational companies pay more tax in countries where they operate, alongside a minimum global corporate tax rate of at least 15%. "Together, we can ensure that global capitalism is compatible with fair tax systems and that governments are able to tax multinational corporations," they added. G20 member China is among countries that have voiced objections to a global minimum corporate tax rate of at least 15%, people familiar with the negotiations said.
Persons: South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni, Sumaya Hisham The, Janet Yellen, Olaf Scholz, Indonesia's, Mulyani, Tito Mboweni, Mexico's Arturo Herrera Gutierrez Organizations: South African Finance Minister, Reuters, Sumaya Hisham The Indonesian, U.S, Treasury, German Finance, Group, Washington Post, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Seven, Thomson Locations: Cape Town , South Africa, African, Mexican, Mulyani Indrawati, South Africa, China
6 Incredible Bike Trips You Can Easily Do Yourself
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Jeanine Barone | ) + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
Best of all, each of these cycling paths showcases the kind of scenery well worth slowing down for. Mostly following the bed of the former Little Miami Railroad, the route passes through a dozen small towns as it rolls by fields of corn and soybeans. Plan to linger awhile in Susanville, the county seat of Lassen County. From Susanville, you can also bike to Devil’s Corral gorge (14 miles round-trip) over a series of historic bridges and among stands of cottonwoods and black oaks. Food options are abundant, but a stop at trailside Cafe Alfresco in Dunedin is especially atmospheric, with its leafy outdoor patio (
Persons: California Bizz, Jeffrey, Johnson, , johnson, Fred Marquis Pinellas Organizations: Trails Conservancy, Denver, Rio Grande Railroad, Carbondale, Ohio Little, Little Miami Railroad, Recreation, Southern Pacific Railroad, Westwood, Susanville, Historical Museum, Ale, CSX Railroad Locations: Colorado Rio Grande, Rio Grande, Aspen, Glenwood Springs, Mexican, Ohio, Little Miami, Springfield, Anderson Township, arty, Yellow Springs, miami, California, Susanville, Lassen County, Florida, St, Petersburg, Pasco County, Alfresco, Dunedin
The wife of Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, Emma Coronel Aispuro, on Thursday pleaded guilty in a U.S. federal court to helping her husband run the Sinaloa cartel, charges that could lead to more than a decade in prison. As part of her plea agreement, she also admitted to conspiring to helping her husband escape in 2015 from Altiplano, a Mexican maximum security prison. Without showing any obvious emotion and her face covered by a mask, Coronel said she understood the charges and the repercussions of her guilty plea. Coronel could face up to life in prison for the drug distribution charge alone. He was sentenced to life in prison plus 30 years, and locked up in the federal Supermax prison in Florence, Colorado.
Persons: Joaquin, El, Guzman, Emma Coronel Aispuro, Coronel, District Judge Rudolph Contreras, Joaquin Guzman, Brendan McDermid, More Guzman, Lazaro Organizations: U.S, District, Washington , D.C, Brooklyn Federal, REUTERS, Brooklyn Locations: U.S, Sinaloa, Washington ,, Altiplano, Mexican, California, Brooklyn, New York, Florence , Colorado
Commuter buses are parked outside the Tridonex auto-parts plant, owned by Philadelphia-based Cardone Industries, in Matamoros, Mexico January 25, 2021. REUTERS/Daina SolomonWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States asked Mexico on Wednesday to review whether workers at an auto parts factory were denied labor rights in the second labor complaint brought by the Biden administration under the new North American trade deal in less than a month. The U.S. Trade Representative’s office said it made the request involving the Tridonex auto parts factory in the northern border city of Matamoros after the AFL-CIO union federation petitioned the agency to review the case over allegations that the factory denied workers collective bargaining and free association rights.
Persons: Daina Solomon WASHINGTON, Biden Organizations: Cardone Industries, REUTERS, United, U.S . Trade, AFL Locations: Philadelphia, Matamoros, Mexico, United States, American
A sobbing Carolina calls her family in Honduras moments after being deported to Reynosa with her 12-year-old daughter, Genesis. Jeny, stranded with her son and daughter in Reynosa, said gangs in Honduras killed her father and brother this year. 'No one wants to die'Felicia Rangel-Samponaro runs Sidewalk School, a nonprofit that offers classroom instruction for asylum-seeking children in six cities across the border. Gang members “come into the plaza,” Rangel-Samponaro said. Odalys, 7, was sitting with three other children at a Reynosa, shelter sharing what her young life has been like.
Persons: , , Carolina, Erika Angulo, Fani, Jeny, Felicia Rangel, Samponaro, ” Rangel, Trump, Biden, Joe Biden, Rangel, Victor Cavazos, Pastor Hector de Silva, de Silva, he’s, Odalys, Deysis, ” Deysis, Alicia, Maria, ” Maria, , Cesar Organizations: de, U.S, Hurricanes Eta, Iota, NBC, Rio, Sidewalk School, The U.S . State Department, NBC News, Facebook, Twitter Locations: REYNOSA, Mexico, McAllen , Texas, República, Carolina, U.S, McAllen, Honduras, Honduran, Reynosa, Tamaulipas, The, It’s, Covid, Mexican, El Salvador, Virginia, Texas, New York, Rio Grande, Nicaragua, Roma , Texas
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