Daily News February 3, 2016

EXCLUSIVE Mexico to receive $7 billion in energy sector investments: Energy Minister Mexico is set to receive some $7 billion in investment in the energy sector, the country’s Energy Minister Pedro Joaquín Coldwell said during his inaugural speech of the Energy Mexico 2016 Expo. During the event, several CEOs and business leaders from the sector expressed their optimism about Mexico’s recently reformed energy sector. Continue reading. Cuba open for business, ministers tell French executives Island’s economy grew 4 percent last year Cuba sought to drum up foreign investment on Tuesday as ministers on a state visit to Paris promised French business leaders that the Communist-run country is open for business. “The government can help put in place a favourable business […]

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