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Pemex – The Unraveling of Mexico’s National Petroleum Company

Imagine you are the President of a country where the national oil resource is wholly owned, managed and operated by you – on behalf of 130 million of your citizens. This is the reality for Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO). However, the nature of … Continue Reading ››

Alfredo Ravelo – Mexico’s Wizard of Watercolor – by Bill Dahl

Alfredo Ravelo

Mexico’s Wizard of Water Color

Alfredo Ravelo
  By Bill Dahl Alfredo Ravelo is Mexico’s internationally acclaimed Wizard of Watercolor. This article introduces you to … Continue Reading ››

Turbulent Times for Mexico’s Airlines – And Their Customers

Mercedes and Jose Benitez have been vacationing in Mexico for the past few months, visiting family and friends. They are U.S. residents. In late March 2020, they decided to make reservations to return to the U.S. on April 5th for medical and family reasons. They were … Continue Reading ››

Mexicontagion – Coronavirus and Mexico’s Economic Vulnerability

The Coronavirus  (COVID-19) global pandemic has revealed that there are certain human beings more susceptible to heightened risks of infection, serious illness and death. You hear terms to describe this group of people like the elderly, those with compromised immune systems, impaired respiratory systems, pre-existing conditions, … Continue Reading ››