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Magazine articles on politics and society in Mexico.
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January 2001
Jonathan Kandell
Yo Quiero Todo Bell Telmex tycoon Carlos Slim Helu controls Mexico's local phone service, long distance, and Net access, not to mention half of the nation's stock market. Now he's set his sights north of the border... mark for My Articles 116 similar articles
January 4, 2001
Carlos Amantea
The naked, the dead and the occasional vision Mexico mysterioso: A tabloid depicts crime at its most graphic, a corpse wears rather nice Adidas and giant redwoods flourish in the desert... mark for My Articles
December 7, 2000
Richard Rodriguez
Prodigal father For decades, Mexico has looked down on Mexican-Americans, but its new president is challenging the nation to look to them instead... mark for My Articles 263 similar articles
December 2, 2000
Scarlet Pruitt
The earth literally shakes as Mexico's new president takes charge Boasting a radical plan to open the border and expand trade with the U.S., Vicente Fox takes office and sets the tone for a new North American order. mark for My Articles 158 similar articles
IDB America
Jul/Aug 2000
Economic growth and social equity Mexican finance secretary Jose Angel Gurria shows that economic efficiency and social efficiency can be achieved simultaneously... mark for My Articles 132 similar articles
Managed Care
August 2000
Any International Health Plan Has To Be Cheap An affordable option for integrated health care bridging private U.S. insurers and Mexico's social security system would save American employers money while providing better care to Mexicans who work in the U.S. but whose families live in Mexico, according to a study. mark for My Articles 269 similar articles
July 7, 2000
Scarlet Pruitt
Fox is it President-elect Vicente Fox, a tough-talking cowboy and former head of Coca-Cola Mexico, promises to revolutionize the nation's economy after 71 years of corruption. mark for My Articles 129 similar articles
July 7, 2000
Carlos Amantea
I love my teenage bartender Perhaps there are some things Mexico shouldn't improve upon -- like child labor and treatment of the disabled. mark for My Articles
June 28, 2000
Fiona Morgan
A wrench in the "ruling party machine" One frustrated journalist in Mexico City speaks out about the censorship imposed by his publisher's quid pro quo relationship with the PRI. mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
Finance & Development
March 1, 2000
Jose Angel Gurria
Mexico: Recent Developments, Structural Reforms, and Future Challenges In recent years, the Mexican government has implemented a series of economic reforms to strengthen the country's fundamentals and increase its ability to cope with external shocks. Because of the progress that has been made, the government is confident that Mexico will be able to leave recent crises behind and start the new millennium with a stable and growing economy. mark for My Articles 489 similar articles
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