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Mexico forsakes science
EL UNIVERSAL reveals the difficulties faced by at least four research centers throughout the country
Austerity at the IMSS sparks crisis
Should be government implement budget cuts to an institution that provides healthcare to those in need?
U.S. cuts USD $1.5 billion to Afghan forces to fund border wall
Democrats could retaliate by putting new restrictions on the Pentagon’s authority to transfer money to other programs
Morena lawmaker turns against AMLO
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The IMF lowered estimates for Mexico's economic expansion to 2.5 percent for next year from 2.8 percent predicted in October, citing expected cuts in production at state-owned oil giant Pemex.
Central bank Governor Agustin Carstens warned that higher borrowing costs could damp economic growth, but he said policymakers were ready to raise interest rates "in a timely manner."