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OPEC standoff with Mexico imperils 10M-barrel oil cut

Analysts warn the proposed 10 million barrel per day cut for May and June will not be enough to offset plummeting demand for oil globally.
Tags: Mexico, Finance, Opec, Article, Associated Press, FBN, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets/oil, Fox-business/economic-indicators/us-economy, Fox-business/markets/economy, Fox-business/topic/coronavirus, Cdeed5ad-98dc-59f6-a1b3-c049ae305cee


Oil-Price War Latest News: OPEC, #SaudiArabia, Russia and U.S. - Bloomberg

Oil-Price War Latest News: OPEC, Saudi Arabia, Russia and U.S. - Bloomberg:A historic multilateral deal to lower global oil production and stabilize prices, led by record cuts from Saudi Arabia and Russia, is at risk as Mexico refuses to agree to the proposed curbs.The impasse threw into doubt efforts to revive the market from a debilitating coronavirus-induced slump. The deal by the group of nations known as OPEC+, which dwarfs previous interventions and has been encouraged by U.S. President Do...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Opec, Moscow, Donald Trump, Riyadh, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, U S Bloomberg, OPEC Saudi Arabia Russia


Global oil output cuts held hostage to Mexican standoff - Reuters

Global oil output cuts held hostage to Mexican standoff - Reuters:Oil producers in the OPEC+ group, led by Saudi Arabia and Russia, were expected to pressure Mexico on Friday to seal an accord for a collective cut in output of 10 million barrels per day, before asking other nations for a further 5 million bpd of cuts.The United States has encouraged global cooperation to bolster an oil market that collapsed as the coronavirus pandemic accelerated in March and producers resorted to a price war af...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Opec, United States, Reuters, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


B.C. judge grapples with parenting time for nurse who saw COVID-19 patient

She's a nurse and he runs a demolition company.Their relationship didn't work, but they both dearly love their eight-year-old son. And in worrying about his exposure to COVID-19, the couple sought help from a B.C. provincial court judge this week.The result is a decision that grapples with issues facing split B.C. families in the era of the pandemic — particularly those whose professions put them on the frontline of the battle against the novel coronavirus.Judge Patricia Bond admitted ...
Tags: Business, News, Mexico, Lg, Bond, Patricia Bond


World shares steady as OPEC struggles to reach deal

BANGKOK — Asian shares are steady in quiet Good Friday trading after Wall Street closed out its best week in 45 years thanks to the Federal Reserve's titanic effort to support the economy through the coronavirus crisis.Many world markets were closed for Easter weekend holidays. In Asia, Japan's Nikkei 225 index advanced, gaining 0.8% to 19,498.50. In South Korea, the Kospi jumped 1.3% to 1,860.70. Shares also rose in Taiwan, Thailand and Malaysia. But the Shanghai Composite index lost ...
Tags: South Korea, Business, News, Mexico, Wall Street, Russia, Opec, Malaysia, Shanghai, Dubai, Federal Reserve, Bangkok, Fed, Asia Japan, JON GAMBRELL, ELAINE KURTENBACH


Global oil output cuts held hostage to Mexican standoff

Oil producers in the OPEC+ group, led by Saudi Arabia and Russia, were expected to pressure Mexico on Friday to seal an accord for a collective cut in output of 10 million barrels per day, before asking other nations for a further 5 million bpd of cuts. The United States has encouraged global cooperation to bolster an oil market that collapsed as the coronavirus pandemic accelerated in March and producers resorted to a price war after failing to agree on how to prop up prices. Oil prices tumbl...
Tags: News, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Opec, World, United States


A global deal to slash oil production is at risk after Mexico objects

Russia and Saudi Arabia have called off their brutal price war and are now pushing dozens of major crude producers toward a deal that would slash production and help stabilize a market that's been rocked by the coronavirus pandemic.
Tags: Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Cnn


Opec, Russia and other oil producers make draft deal to cut output

Mexico holds out against scale of reductions which would amount to 10m barrels per day, or 10% of global supplyOpec countries and allies led by Russia have agreed in principle to cut their oil output by more than a fifth and said they expected the United States and other producers to join in their effort to prop up prices hammered in the coronavirus crisis.But there was some confusion after Mexico apparently refused to sign up to its share of cuts under the deal, which would have been 400,000 ba...
Tags: Business, Mexico, Russia, Oil, Opec, World news, Commodities, Oil and gas companies, Energy industry, US news, United States, Coronavirus outbreak, Rocio Nahle Garcia


Saudi-Russia oil deal threatened as Mexico won't approve cuts

The group called OPEC+ won’t cut output without Mexico’s participation
Tags: Mexico, Finance, Russia, Opec, Article, FBN, Ken Martin, Fbn/markets, FOXBusiness, Fox-business/markets/oil, Fox-business/topic/coronavirus, Dae61507-951f-5217-8783-41bb26706bc5


Saudi energy minister says OPEC+ oil pact hinges on Mexico joining

Saudi Arabia's energy minister said on Friday that a final OPEC+ oil supply pact to reduce 10 million barrels per day (bpd), which was agreed on Thursday, hinges on Mexico joining in the cuts.
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Mexico: Declarations Of Sanitary Emergency And Extraordinary Actions Are Issued In Light Of COVID-19 - Littler Mendelson

On March 30, 2020, Mexico's General Health Council declared a sanitary emergency due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. On March 31
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U.S. expels thousands of migrants to Mexico after largely halting asylum

The Trump administration tapped a law allowing the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to ban foreigners if their entry would create “a serious danger” to the spread of communicable disease.
Tags: News, Mexico, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Trump


Baking Bread the Hard Way

Baking Bread the Hard Way Submitted by Dixongexpat on April 9, 2020 - 1:32pm. Because why do it the easy way? So - It's been a couple of years. After a wonderful time baking bread in Austin, with my wonderful cast iron dutch oven, we moved back to Mexico in 2017 and rented a large home with very little direct sun and the cool weather absolutely killed my sourdough starter. Plus it was over 5000 feet. I gave up. (see my last blog post for gory details)A year ago we moved to an even *...
Tags: Mexico, Austin, Baking


How A Press Photo From The Mormon Church Got Co-Opted By Mask-Selling Middlemen

On March 3, Brian Kolfage tried to reach the U.S. government — through Instagram. The Air Force veteran, who’s best known for running the crowd-funded border wall project “We Build The Wall,” had stumbled into a new line of work: Medical supply middleman. He’d posted a picture of a massive warehouse, filled with hundreds of boxes marked “3M.” They held 300 million N95 surgical masks, he wrote, just waiting to reach health professionals in need around the country. But there was a big problem: ...
Tags: Facebook, Japan, Texas, News, Instagram, Ebay, Mexico, US, Ukraine, Shanghai, Salt Lake City, Air Force, Wuhan, Osaka, Jesus Christ, Trump


How A Border Wall Fundraiser Jumped Head-First Into The International Medical Supply Game

On March 3, Brian Kolfage tried to reach the U.S. government — through Instagram. The triple-amputee Air Force veteran, who’s best known for running the crowd-funded border wall project “We Build The Wall,” had found a new line of work: Medical supply middleman. Before the sudden change, Kolfage had spent tens of millions of dollars collected from Trump supporters to build steel bollard fencing on private land at the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas. The project, billed as an effort to help the Pr...
Tags: Facebook, Japan, Texas, News, Instagram, Ebay, Mexico, US, Ukraine, Shanghai, Salt Lake City, Air Force, Wuhan, Osaka, Jesus Christ, Trump


Peter Naylor Exits as Hulu’s Head of Ad Sales to Join Snap

Advertising veteran Peter Naylor, after more than six years at Hulu, is departing the Disney-controlled streamer to join Snap in a newly created role. Snap on Thursday announced that Naylor will join the company as VP, Americas, in early May, overseeing Snapchat’s business in U.S., Canada and Mexico. He will be based in Snap’s New […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Disney, Canada, Hulu, Snap, Naylor, Peter Naylor, VP Americas


Malaga Festival, Filmarket Hub Launch Online Co-Production Forum

MADRID — Cecilia Roth starrer “Alice,” Ana Piterbarg’s “La Habitación Blanca,” Brazil’s sure-to-be controversial “Princesa,” and Mexico’s “Intersex” look like potential standouts in the just-announced movie project pitching platform MAFF Online by Filmarket Hub, part of the biggest push by far into a virtual marketplace made by any festival in the Spanish-speaking world. Launched by […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Global, Festivals, Brazil, Madrid, Ana Piterbarg, Cecilia Roth, Filmarket Hub, Malaga Festival


Mexico: Signing Procedure For Closing Transactions - Mayer Brown

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, in-person meetings and human interactions in closed spaces have become prohibitive in the global environment. As it is customary in Mexico to hold a meeting...
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iFood merges with Delivery Hero’s Domicilios.com to challenge Rappi in Colombia

Latin America’s leading legacy food delivery company iFood and Delivery Hero-owned Domicilios.com are merging in a bid to take on the food startup Rappi on its home turf. The price of the transaction was undisclosed, but will result in iFood holding a 51% equity stake in the partnership, while Delivery Hero will hold the remaining 49%. Domicilios, the Colombian online food ordering startup, raised $47.7 million before it exited to Berlin-headquartered Delivery Hero for an undisclosed ...
Tags: TC, Mexico, Berlin, Softbank, Tech, Colombia, Brazil, Latin America, Bogota, Ubereats, Didi, Rappi, Domicilios, Rappi Rappi, Movile Group


At Santa Anita racetrack, coronavirus cuts off horse caretakers from outside world

More than 750 backstretch workers at Santa Anita racetrack now live and work in isolation, largely cut off from the outside world and increasingly from each other to prevent the spread of COVID-19. They sleep in worn dormitories, sometimes in pairs, tucked among the racetrack’s barns. New restrictions bar visitors, and even horse owners, from entering the historic grounds at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains. And though nothing prevents the workers from leaving the 320-acre Arcadia park, man...
Tags: News, California, Mexico, Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Horse racing, Disneyland, Local News, Hall of Fame, Arcadia, Guadalajara, Inglewood, Los Angeles County


The company behind the robot kicked out of a New York park has a new version that it says can screen people for COVID-19

A new robot may be able to take visitors' temperatures and screen people for coronavirus symptoms before they enter a building. The design is from the robotics company Promobot. Previously, a Promobot was spotted around New York City surveying people about possible coronavirus symptoms before getting banned from a park. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Robotics company Promobot is back, this time with a robot designed to screen people and take their temperatures before the...
Tags: New York, Mexico, New York City, Trends, Bryant Park, Promobot, COVID, Oleg Kivokurtsev Kivokurtsev


Data Shows U.S. Beginning to Deport Migrant Children under New Coronavirus Rules

The Trump administration has deported nearly 400 migrant children intercepted at the U.S.-Mexico border over the past two weeks as part of new rules aimed at immediately deporting any illegal immigrants caught crossing the border during the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic.Government data reviewed by Reuters found that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Customs and Border Protection have removed nearly 7,000 migrants to Mexico since the new procedures took effect last month. Of those, 377 we...
Tags: News, Mexico, El Salvador, Customs, Wuhan, Trump, Reuters, HHS, U S Department of Homeland Security, Guatemala Honduras, Reuters CBP


The city will survive coronavirus

In a recent essay, New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman asked “Can City Life Survive Coronavirus?” It seems an apt question in this extraordinary time of mandated retreat from public life.  City streets and spaces normally teeming with people are nearly deserted now, evoking scenes from a Terry Gilliam film.  In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 we have shut down the sites where the rituals of daily urban life unfold, “third places” like cafes and bars and community center...
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) impact on business aviation

IMPORTANT: The impact of the global coronavirus epidemic is fluid and evolving by the minute. While we do our best to keep this article current by adding additional information once it is received and confirmed, always check with your Universal Trip Support Team and local authorities for the most current information. We’ve overhauled our coronavirus business aviation restrictions blog article to make it more user friendly and easier to navigate. Starting today, we will be posting high-leve...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Japan, UK, Featured, Mexico, China, Russia, Southeast Asia, Africa, Israel, Turkey, Virus, Thailand, Canada, United States


What’s Wrong With Butterflies Raised in Captivity?

A study suggests that monarchs bred by enthusiasts were less fit than those that started as caterpillars in the wild.
Tags: News, Mexico, Davis, North America, Captivity, Caterpillars, Animal Migration, Conservation of Resources, Butterflies and Moths, Biology Letters (Journal, Andrew K, Your-feed-science


Mexico: Patent Eligibility Of Biotechnology Inventions Under Revision - Becerril Coca & Becerril

The Industrial Property Law is currently under revision at the Senate. Two legal initiatives proposed by different senators will have to be studied,...
Tags: News, Mexico, Senate, Becerril


U.S. Rapidly Deporting Hundreds Of Migrant Children Under New Coronavirus Rules

Nearly 400 migrant children intercepted at the U.S.-Mexico border have been deported in the past two weeks.
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Pluto TV Launches Free-Streaming Service in 17 Latin American Countries

Pluto TV, ViacomCBS’s free, ad-supported, streaming TV service, is now live with across 17 countries in Latin America, including Mexico, with a library of 12,000 hours of Spanish-language movies, TV shows and other programming. As of April 7, the Spanish-language service is available in: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, […]
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Latin America Roundup: Grupo ZAP, Grow Mobility, Wavy get acquired; Credijusto adds $100M; Cornershop, iFood brace for delivery boom

Sophia Wood Contributor Share on Twitter Sophia Wood is a Venture Partner at Magma Partners. Sophia is also the co-founder of LatAm List, an English-language Latin American tech news source. More posts by this contributor Latin America Roundup: SoftBank adds $1B, Stori raises $10M and Grow Mobility puts on the brakes Latin America Roundup: Loft raises $175M, SoftBank invests in Mexico’s Alphacredit and Rappi...
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California/Mexico border road project using renewable diesel to power equipment

In California, the Construction Equipment Guide reports that the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and San Diego Association of Governments are using renewable diesel to power off-road construction equipment during the construction of state Route 11 (SR-11)/Otay Mesa East Port of Entry project on the Mexican border. The senior project manager overseeing the construction site says that renewable diesel is about the same price as fossil-based fuel and has no negative impacts on t...
Tags: California, Mexico, Producer News, California Department of Transportation CalTrans, San Diego Association of Governments, Renewable Diesel, California Mexico, Construction Equipment Guide, Mesa East Port