This sprawling city has been described recently as ”vibrant” (Elle Decor), ”rich with historical heritage and incredible food traditions” (Saveur), ”scrubbed and safe” (New York magazine) and ”inviting and exciting” (Fodor’s). Skyscrapers and slee
WHEN Jorge Castañeda (later Mexico’s foreign minister) was a boy, a typical family holiday was to drive to Texas. “[O]ne of the main purposes of the journey was to purchase fayuca: contraband electronics, food, clothes [and] gadgets of all sorts.”
Carlos Slim is under attack. For decades, the world’s richest man built a business empire in his native Mexico with little resistance from the competition…
MEXICO CITY ― In early September, Colombia’s biggest businesses surprised everyone by declaring their wholehearted support for the country’s president, Alvaro Uribe, in his deepening conflict with Venezuela.
If they lost the huge export market next door
Felipe Calderón, Mexico’s new president, kicked off his domestic policy agenda by launching military campaigns against drug lords and violence in Michoacán and along the US border, in Tijuana. The winner of last year’s election – if only by a hair-thin ma