Agronoticias: Agriculture News from Latin America and the Caribbean



Mexico hails successful conclusion after 2nd round of NAFTA talks

Mexico on Tuesday hailed the "successful" end of the second round of NAFTA negotiations, announcing progress made on several issues.
Damage caused by the earthquake in San Marcos, Guatemala.

Worst earthquake in Mexico since 1932

Mexico struck by the most powerful earthquake in 100 years.
Chickle Harvesting in a Mexican forest.

Supporting rural communities and stabilizing climate change: sustainable forest management in Mexico

A project supporting socio-economic development has already benefitted over 1,000 communities in Mexico, bringing the country a few steps closer to meeting [...]
Women selling their wares in rural Mexico.

Women in rural Mexico benefit from loan to expand financial services

Making it easier for small farmers and business owners in rural Mexico to get credit has been the keystone of a successful [...]
Farmer in Mexico

Food production in Mexico has grown 74% since last year

According to the Secretary of Agriculture, the country is currently producing 282 million tons of food, a substantial increase since last year. [...]
Customs sign at the Mexican-U.S. border.

Mexico and Canada dismiss Trump threats to scrap NAFTA trade pact

Mexico and Canada dismissed Donald Trump’s latest threat to scrap NAFTA, describing it as a negotiating tactic aimed at winning the upper [...]
Peña Nieto and Mauricio Macri

Argentina to negotiate the expansion of a zero tariff trade agreement with Mexico

The goal of both countries is to sign a new agreement at the end of this year, although in a recent meeting, [...]
Flooding in Tabasco (2007)

World Bank Bonds to Provide $360 Million in Catastrophe Protection for Mexico

These bonds offer protection in the event of hurricanes and earthquakes that could cause serious damage in the country. 
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Sonny Perdue with Mexico Secretary of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food, José Calzada Rovirosa

Secretaries of Agriculture in Mexico and the United States agree on open bilateral trade

José Eduardo Calzada Rovirosa and Sonny Perdue confirmed that their meeting represented a great opportunity for the exchange of ideas just before [...]
Mexican farmer.

Technological innovation: a pillar for the consolidation of Mexico as an agricultural power

Innovation is a driving force for change to improve the lives of producers, especially small farmers and those in transition, helping them [...]
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