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obituaries

Mexico Culture Secretary Rafael Tovar y De Teresa dies at age 62, Culture Ministry says - AP

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Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines halts new flights between Los Angeles and Mexico because Mexican authorities haven't finished paperwork authorizing the service - AP

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Mexico

The remains of 3 federal Mexican detectives are found in the bed of a burning pickup truck in the southern Mexico resort of Zihuatanejo - AP

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Mexico

1 dead, 4 injured, including 2 officers, in shootout in Zamora, Mexico - El Universal

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Lic Benito Juarez International Airport, Caracol, Distrito Federal, Mexico

Shares of Mexico's ICA rise more than 14% following presentation of bid for new Mexico City airport terminal - Reuters

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Mexico

Walmart plans $1.3 billion investment in Mexico: presidency - AFP

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Indonesia earthquake, Dec. 7, 2016

Mexican Foreign Ministry expresses its solidarity with Indonesian government and people following deadly earthquake - El Universal

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Walmart

CEO of Walmart Mexico and Central America says its investment plan 'affirms our confidence in Mexico' - @WalmartMXyCAM

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Walmart

More: CEO of Walmart Mexico and Central America says major part of its investment in Mexico over the next 3 years will be the construction of new distribution centers - @WalmartMXyCAM

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Walmart

CEO of Walmart Mexico and Central America announces plan to create 10,000 permanent jobs in Mexico - @aocaranza

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Walmart

Photo: Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto meets with senior executives of Walmart Mexico and Central America to announce company's investment plan in Mexico - @ESanchezHdz

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business

More: Mexico awards 3rd offshore oil deposit contract to consortium that includes Chevron, Pemex and Inpex; block contains 1.304 billion barrels of crude - Reuters

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energy

More: Mexico awards 2nd offshore oil deposit contract to consortium including Total and ExxonMobil in block with estimated 1.44 billion barrels of reserves - Reuters

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petroleum

China Offshore Oil wins auction of some offshore crude oil reserves near US-Mexico maritime border estimated to contain 625 million barrels - Reuters

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energy

Australia's BHP Billiton to partner with Mexican state oil company Pemex in joint venture to mine oil from Gulf waters - Reuters

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Bank of Mexico

Agustin Carstens, on leaving post as Mexico Central Bank governor for the Bank for International Settlements: 'From my new position, I can continue to serve our country' - El Universal

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Huntington, IN, US

Editor's note: The Wall Street Journal is reporting, citing sources, that Indiana officials have agreed to give the parent company of Carrier Corp. $7 million worth of tax breaks over 10 years to help keep about 1,000 jobs in the state. The company now has a plan to invest about $16 million to keep operations in the state, the Journal reports, including a furnace plant in Indianapolis it previously planned to close in favor of a move to Mexico, the sources say. The Journal reports the company still plans to move about 600 other jobs from the plant to Mexico, and another 700 from a plant it is closing in Huntington. The Washington Post reported yesterday that the tax break will come from the Indiana Economic Development Corp., a state agency, according to a Carrier board member. President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence, who is still serving as Indiana’s governor, are expected to announce the deal later today. Trump's team has not confirmed any details of the deal. - Rebecca

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Bank of Mexico

Mexico Central Bank Governor Agustin Carstens leaving post to join Bank for International Settlements - Bloomberg

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Carrier Corporation

Editor's note: The AP notes that details on the agreement between President-elect Donald Trump and Carrier remain unclear. The heating and air conditioning company was set to close its plant in Indianapolis and move manufacturing to Mexico. Federal officials tell AP that the deal spares about 800 union workers out of the 1,400 workers that were set to be laid off. Trump and Carrier have not outlined what incentives or compromises were made to change the company's mind. During the presidential campaign, Trump threatened tariffs on companies that moved to Mexico, and AP reports Carrier's parent company owns Pratt & Whitney, which has U.S. military contracts. - Stephanie

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Popocatépetl volcano in Mexico

Mexico's Puebla International Airport closed for ash clean up from Popocatépetl volcano - Informador

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