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The energy and oil committee of Venezuela's opposition-controlled legislature accepted a draft law allowing private companies to enter Venezuela's upstream oil sector without having to form a joint venture with state-owned energy company Petroleos de Venezuela, Yahoo Finance reported June 12.
The White House has retained its option to impose economic penalties if it decides Mexico City's efforts to stem migrant flows aren't sufficient. That threat alone will create problems for AMLO's government.
In this guest column, Patrick Schaefer, the Executive Director of the Hunt Institute for Global Competitiveness, discusses a strategy for derisking the cross-border banking industry between the United States and Mexico.
Should the current wave of protests in the Central American country drag on, more Honduran migrants might head to the United States, with implications for that country and its southern neighbor, Mexico.
China's Foreign Ministry has issued an official travel advisory for Chinese citizens and corporations in the United States, citing increased harassment from U.S. law enforcement agencies, South China Morning Post reported June 4.
Stratfor Senior Science and Technology Analyst Rebecca Keller and Senior Eurasia Analyst Eugene Chausovsky join Editorial Director Ben Sheen to explore the implications of the nuclear plant disaster, then and now.
Hong Kong's Commerce and Economic Development Bureau has said it is under no obligation to enforce U.S. sanctions and only would implement measures endorsed by the U.N. Security Council after the local U.S. Consulate warned against giving any assistance to the oil tanker Pacific Bravo, thought to be sailing to the port city bearing a shipment of Iranian crude, the Asia Times reported May 30.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has proposed a "pact for Brazil" to legislative and judicial leaders to enforce cooperation on several reform proposals, including pensions, tax policy and a number of constitutional reforms, Reuters reported May 29.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is planning to formally ask Argentine President Mauricio Macri to gradually reduce the Common Market of the South's (Mercosur) common external tariff on automotive imports from 35 percent to 25 percent over the next four years, BAE Negocios reported May 23.
British Prime Minister Theresa May announced that the full text of her withdrawal agreement bill will be published May 24, and confirmed her plans to hold a vote on the bill in the House of Commons in the first week of June, Politico reported May 22.