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  • Ambassador Meets Mexican Disability Rights Activists

    Ambassador Meets Mexican Disability Rights Activists

    U.S. Ambassador Anthony Wayne hosted a roundtable today with Mexican disability rights activists as part of the U.S. Embassy’s efforts to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

  • Ambassador Wayne recognized by AmCham

    Ambassador Wayne recognized by AmCham

    On July 23 Ambassador Wayne was recognized as Honorary President and friend of the American Chamber of Commerce Mexico from 2011-2015.

  • At the end of his tenure, Ambassador Wayne reviews his four years in Mexico, highlighting the participation of Mexican society in the progress of the relationship between the two countries.

    Ambassador Wayne: 4 Years in Review

    At the end of his tenure, Ambassador Wayne reviews his four years in Mexico, highlighting the participation of Mexican society in the progress of the relationship between the two countries.

  • Trans Pacific Partnership Discussion

    Trans Pacific Partnership Discussion

    United States Trade Representative Ambassador Michael Froman visited Mexico City to discuss further expanding bilateral trade and addressing outstanding issues between Mexico and the United States in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement negotiations.

  • “Piracy: Understanding the Shadow Market in Mexico.”

    “Piracy: Understanding the Shadow Market in Mexico.”

    This morning, Ambassador Wayne attended the American Chamber’s release of the 5th Edition of the intellectual property-based study – “Piracy – Understanding the Shadow Market in Mexico.”

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  • Mexico, United States Discuss Trans Pacific Partnership

    United States Trade Representative Ambassador Michael Froman visited Mexico City to discuss further expanding bilateral trade and addressing outstanding issues between Mexico and the United States in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement negotiations.

  • Ambassador Wayne meets with Secretary Osorio Chong

    U.S. Ambassador Anthony Wayne met yesterday afternoon with Governance Secretary Miguel Angel Osorio Chong. Ambassador Wayne reaffirmed the willingness of the United States government to cooperate with Mexico for the prompt recapture of Joaquin Guzman Loaera, a.k.a. “El Chapo.” (Spanish)

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  • Latest News on Sport Fishing in Mexico

    Sport fishing activities in Baja are always welcome, but required documents and permits by the Mexican Government are a must. Avoid inconveniences and sanctions. 

  • “Piracy – Understanding the Shadow Market in Mexico.”

    This morning, Ambassador Wayne attended the American Chamber’s release of the 5th Edition of the intellectual property-based study – “Piracy – Understanding the Shadow Market in Mexico.” 

  • ICE removes Mexican charged with murder

    Los Angeles – A Mexican chef who allegedly used one of his sushi knives to fatally stab a female companion in the backseat of a Mexico City taxi earlier this year was handed over to Mexican law enforcement officials by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Tuesday less than two weeks after his capture in Los Angeles. 

  • Ambassador Wayne welcomed Rogelio Zambrano Lozano

    Ambassador Wayne welcomed Rogelio Zambrano Lozano from CEMEX to the U.S. Embassy to discuss the company’s expansion in North America, which enhanced its growth and revenue options, and key economic issues impacting CEMEX’s operations.  

  • NORAD, USNORTHCOM and the Mexican Air Force to participate in AMALGAM EAGLE 15

    The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and U.S. Northern Command (USNORTHCOM), will participate, with the Mexican Air Force, in AMALGAM EAGLE 15, a tactical exercise, to be conducted Jun.30 - Jul.2, 2015, in which Mexico and the United States will respond to an illegal flight transiting the border of both countries. AMALGAM EAGLE 15 is designed to enhance air control procedures between both countries and lay the foundation to streamline a bi-national response.  

  • Department of Justice Filed Charges on more than 2,700 Human Smugglers in Fiscal Year 2014

    The Justice Department is committed to using its resources to bring to justice those that are breaking the law by smuggling migrants into the United States. In Fiscal Year 2014 (FY14, Oct. 1, 2013, up to Sept. 30, 2014), the Justice Department filed criminal charges against 2,762 individuals for human smuggling or harboring immigrants.  

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