Reuters/Mexico

A selection of reporting from Mexico City and beyond, from mid-2017 to the present. View more stories here.

BUSINESS

Exclusive: Mexico’s Walmart pressures suppliers on pricing, forcing some to ditch Amazon

Undercover entrepreneurs: fearful Mexican tech startups shun spotlight

Cokes, smokes and clicks: How Oxxo corner stores are cashing in on Mexican e-commerce

Exclusive: Amazon plans mega-warehouse for Mexico growth spurt

Data’s the secret weapon for Rappi, SoftBank’s big bet in Latin America

Exclusive: Mexico blamed Walmart’s size, access to rivals’ data in blocking app deal

Pandemic threatens Latin America’s once vibrant culinary scene

LABOR

Workers nervously eye return to Lear’s coronavirus-hit plant in Mexico

As U.S. auto supply chain revs up, worker safety fears linger in Mexico

Mexican labor activist’s arrest sends ‘wrong signal’ under North America trade deal

POLITICS & GOVERNMENT

‘Despicable’ – Women seethe over Mexican leader’s wobbly response to violence

Sale of Mexico City army base could generate giant land deal

Exclusive: ‘There will be people in jail’: Mexico plans arrests soon in tax crackdown

Exclusive: Mexico’s tax chief eyes criminal charges as path to tougher corporate enforcement

CRIME & VIOLENCE

As gangs ravage Mexico town, mayor seeks answers to husband’s killing

Five years on, Mexican officials dig for missing students, signal site’s importance

El Paso shopper, recently arrived from Mexico, took a bullet for his wife

El Paso shopper, recently arrived from Mexico, took a bullet for his wife

MIGRATION

U.S. dream pulls African migrants in record numbers across Latin America

U.S. aid helped Guatemalan farmers stay rooted to their lands

EARTHQUAKES

Mexico school collapse spurs doubts over building code for quakes

Weak columns, extra floors led to Mexico school collapse, experts say