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Unemployment in Venezuela Almost as Close to That of War-Ruined Bosnia, IMF

Unemployment in Venezuela Almost as Close to That of War-Ruined Bosnia, IMF

Venezuela’s unemployment rate is soaring to levels unseen in the world since the Bosnian war came to an end more than two decades ago, according to the International Monetary Fund.

US-Mexico Deal Discriminates Some Investors

US-Mexico Deal Discriminates Some Investors

The new US-Mexico trade agreement announced August 27 by US President Donald Trump, discriminates against some investors, experts say. The agreement aims to replace the existing the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) that went into effect in 1994.

World stocks at six-month high as NAFTA deal eases trade war fears

World stocks at six-month high as NAFTA deal eases trade war fears

World stocks rose to a six-month high on Tuesday, lifted by investor optimism that a U.S.-Mexico deal to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement will go some way to averting a global trade war.

Mexican Economy Stalls With Declines in Oil And Industry Output

Mexican Economy Stalls With Declines in Oil And Industry Output

Gross domestic product declined 0.2 percent from the previous quarter in seasonally adjusted terms, compared with the preliminary 0.1 percent contraction estimate and a 1 percent expansion in the first quarter, Mexico’s national statistics institute reported on Friday. Non-seasonally adjusted GDP rose 2.6 percent from a year earlier.