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18 DE MARZO: CONMEMORACIÓN O CEREMONIA LUCTUOSA.

Columna Invitada

EL PESO DEL DINERO.

Manuel Aguilera Gómez

A partir de 1938, durante setenta y cinco años, los mexicanos le conferimos al 18 de marzo el valor simbólico de una victoria política frente a la prepotencia de empresas extranjeras dedicadas a la explotación petrolera en México. 737 more words

Pemex puts Odebrecht contracts under seal until 2020

In response to requests for information about its Odebrecht contracts under the transparency laws, Pemex Industrial Transformation (the refining arm) acknowledged two contracts but said that they had been put under seal until February 2023.   49 more words

Energy

Is Mexico Facing “Liquidity Problems?” by Don Quinines

Mexico isn’t in a deep debt hole yet, but it’s certainly digging. From Don Quijones at wolfstreet.com:

When it comes to debt, everything is relative, especially if you don’t have a reserve-currency-denominated printing press. 347 more words

Government

Government starts looking at Odebrecht bribes in Mexico

Attorney General Raul Cervantes flew to Brazil to meet with prosecutors there, seeking more information about the corrupt activities of Odebrecht, the Brazilian contractor,  in Mexico.   182 more words

Calderón

El Gasolinazo... another golpe to the poor in Mexico.

Today we’re talking petroleum.

Or, in the words of old Jed Clampett, Black Gold. Texas Tea. Oil. Or as it is known where you and I use it, gas. 822 more words

Mexico

Gasoline protests 2017

So Tuesday we decided to go to the tianguis in Valle, just because. We gassed up the truck and headed out. We arrived, parked the truck, and started walking toward the tianguis. 1,298 more words

Safety And Security