- Americas ·
September 26, 2023 · 2:24 AM UTC
Trade across the U.S.-Mexican border has been slowed over the past week as U.S. authorities have shut down crossings and imposed extra security checks amid an increase in migration, sparking concern in Mexico.
- AmericasMexico sends 1,500 security forces to southern region plagued by gangs
Mexico's government sent over 1,500 security officials including National Guard, army and police to the south of the country on Monday in a bid to shore up security in an area under increasing pressure from organized crime.
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At least eight people were killed and another three were injured after a river in the Mexican state of Jalisco burst its banks following unusually heavy rains, another extreme weather event as climate change helps whip up ever deadlier storms.
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Brazil, Mexico and India are some of the countries currently standing in a good position to attract investments, Brazilian Finance Minister Fernando Haddad said on Monday, touting a "series of advantages" those nations offer.
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- TechnologySumitomo Metal to invest in Canada's Nano One to collaborate on battery material
Japan's Sumitomo Metal Mining said on Monday it will invest 16.9 million Canadian dollars ($12.5 million) in Canada's battery material company Nano One Materials to collaborate on manufacturing technology for the material.