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No more corporate tax breaks in Mexico
President López Obrador compared tax breaks for wealthy companies to “white collar fuel theft”
Mexico to tackle tax evasion
The head of the Fiscal Prosecutor's Office explains that the government will enforce the law against those who have turned tax evasion into a national sport
Tax reliefs take effect in northern Mexico
Mexicans will now be able to issue tax invoices with a value added tax (IVA) of merely 8%
According to a national survey conducted in 2012, one out of every three children in Mexico are overweight or obese; 70% of all adults fall into this category.
Carlos Djemal has been arrested in the U.S. on charges that he and five others engaged in a scheme to fraudulently obtain tax refunds from the Mexican government
President Peña should intervene for Mexico to "recover its position in relation to other investment destinations in the hemisphere," the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico wrote on behalf of the miners
The studies were conducted in Britain and Mexico.