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Mexican President's Support Plumbs New Low as Gasoline Soars - Bloomberg

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto meets during the 71st session of the United Nations in New York on Sept. 19, 2016. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's approval rating plunged to a record low after the government's raised gasoline prices by the ...and more »

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto Loses Support, Poll Finds - Wall Street Journal

MEXICO CITY—Support for Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has fallen to a new low just as his government faces a likely effort from U.S. President-elect Donald Trump to recast the country's economic ties with the U.S., its most important partner. A ...and more »

Beyond the Wall - Texas Monthly

Talking with former U.S. ambassador Antonio Garza about what Trump means for Mexico—and Texas. By Eric Benson January 19, 2017 1 Comment. Photo by David McNew/Getty Images. Press spacebar to see more share options. When Donald Trump announced his long ...and more »

In Mexico, President Peña Nieto more unpopular than Trump - USA TODAY

MEXICO CITY — Discontent runs so deep over domestic issues here — including a recent 20% hike in gas prices — that many Mexicans express more frustration with President Enrique Peña Nieto than with Mexico-bashing U.S. President-elect Donald Trump ...and more »

Donald Trump to Hold First Foreign Leader Meetings as President - TIME

U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto give a press conference in Mexico City in August. Henry Romero-Reuters. By Zeke J Miller. January 21, 2017. President Donald Trump will hold his first with a ...and more »

Mexicans are already tired of Trump - Washington Post

MEXICO CITY — The TV reporter stood in a power stance, his back to the U.S. Embassy and the 10 riot police resting on their escutcheons, and pronounced this a major day for Mexico. “Donald Trump is wildly unpopular in Mexico, where today is being seen ...and more »

Mexico braces for weak growth, high inflation as Trump takes office: Reuters Poll - Reuters

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Mexico's economy is set to grow at the slowest pace in four years in 2017, a Reuters poll showed on Wednesday, after the election of Donald Trump to the White House upended relations with its biggest trade partner and foreign ...and more »

Mexico braced for exodus to US as 'Trump effect' hurts the peso - The Guardian

In Mexico it is known as “el efecto Trump”: a barrage of taunts and tweets that rattle the economy and hammer the peso. For the new president, it is part of a strategy to pressure companies to move jobs back to the United States. Mexico's job will be ...and more »

What Does Donald Trump Need To Understand About Mexico? - Forbes

A man holds a Mexican flag in Los Angeles, California. Photo by David McNew/Getty Images. Donald Trump has made Mexico-bashing a major part of his public discourse. Trump still brags about the thousands of people who attended his campaign rallies and ...and more »

After weeks of pain at the pump, Mexicans are seeing effects of fuel price hikes spread to their grocery bills - Business Insider

Mexico gas price hike energy reform protest A woman holding a sign with the Spanish message: "Oil country, and the people without money," protests fuel price hikes in Mexico City, January 3, 2017.(AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell). While the protests in ...and more »