The U.S. will announce today whether it will investigate allegations that Mexico unfairly subsidized its sugar exports, a step that may lead to penalties on trade that was valued at $1.1 billion last year.
Derek Friesen thought he would be following in his father’s footsteps when he became the third generation of his family to work at H.J. Heinz Co.’s tomato processing plant in his hometown of Leamington, Ontario.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s frustration with U.S. President Barack Obama’s failure to approve the Keystone XL pipeline may make this installment of the North America summit, known as the “Three Amigos,” the frostiest since the annual meetings began almost a decade ago.
Mexico will offer its first oil contracts to private companies by early next year, Finance Minister Luis Videgaray said, pushing up the schedule for the first tenders from the Energy Ministry’s original timeframe.
Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, the alleged leader of Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel, was arrested by Mexican and U.S. authorities overnight in the beach town of Mazatlan, the Associated Press reported, citing a U.S. law enforcement official who asked not to be identified.