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Stoppage at Newmont Goldcorp mine costs Mexico millions daily
The open-pit mine, in northern Zacatecas state, produced 272,000 ounces of gold in 2018
Budget cuts in Mexico hit patient care and delay kids’ surgeries
Without a quick reversal of the cuts, hospitals will face restrictions on transplants, equipment failures and staff shortages
Mexico’s Science and Technology Council spends MXN$15 million on gourmet food
At the CONACYT’s premises, the contract forbids workers from bringing snacks or appetizers from home
Mexican minister of environment resigns after causing delay to commercial flight
González Blanco will become the second top official in the new government to step down this week
Public hospitals in Mexico are running out of money
A group of hospital directors claimed that not a single institute had enough resources to last through the year
Mexico’s CFE pardons defaulting debtors in Tabasco
The resolution was based on a study conducted by academics and investigators from the Juárez Autonomous University of Tabasco (UJAT)
Mexico to cut Pemex tax bill, banks to refinance debt
The Mexican government on Monday announced measures to ease state oil firm Pemex’s debt woes
Mexican president says state will have its own internet company
AMLO said companies were not bringing internet to the remotest areas because they were only interested in profits
López Obrador claims Mexico will produce all its own gasoline in 3 years
“We’re going to be self-sufficient in the production of gasoline in May of 2022"
Mexican official resigns as HIV drug shortage sparks outcry
Carlos Magis confirmed that he had quit his job as director of comprehensive care at the national HIV/AIDS agency, Censida