In a private letter to then-President Bill Clinton, Rahm Emanuel complained that Mexico looked to be getting “the better end of the deal” on NAFTA and a $12 billion loan agreement, according to newly released documents from the Clinton Presidential Library.
Mexico’s former President Carlos Salinas de Gortari said the government must maintain a “permanent” attack against all drug cartels as violence related to trafficking is on pace for a record this year.
Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc., the mobile-phone maker that agreed to be bought this week for $12.5 billion by Google Inc., cannot solicit other offers, according to terms of the merger agreement published yesterday.
European nations, struggling to end their sovereign debt crisis, should look for guidance from Group of 20 president Mexico’s swift action to resolve its own financial troubles in the 1990s, officials here said.
President Barack Obama and his advisers, casting a wide net for potential candidates to lead the World Bank, considered in initial discussions Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates, PepsiCo Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Indra Nooyi, and Brown University President Ruth Simmons, according to a person familiar with the White House search.