Business leaders on both sides of the Mexico-U.S. border are preparing for likely changes in trade policy.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto said he plans to meet with President-elect Donald Trump in the next few weeks.
Mexico watched the elections perhaps more closely than any other country, and many reacted emotionally.
Right after the U.S. elections, the government of the neighboring nation started working to keep the commercial relationship working, as well as its economy.
Southwest and Jetblue airlines could soon be competing for new flights to Mexico City.
The head of Mexico’s central bank said top officials there are preparing contingency plans based off whomever wins the U.S. presidential elections, which could have an impact on that country's economy -- at least in the short term.
With its line of stevia products, the Gilbert-based SweetLeaf is capitalizing on Mexico’s growing demand for natural foods.
A dozen Phoenix business leaders visited Google’s offices as part of a visit to Mexico organized by city officials, who are encouraging Mexican businesses to invest in Arizona -- and Arizona businesses to expand to Mexico.
Fronteras Desk reporter Lorne Matalon spoke to Dr. Michael Webber, deputy director of the Energy Institute at the University of Texas at Austin.
On Thursday, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton officially inaugurated the office in the south of Mexico City, surrounded by other visitors from the state.