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Friday, August 28, 2009

"Mexico Peso slips; Grupo Mexico up on Asarco bets"

The USA wants Mexico's Oil and petroleum/natural-gas exploration/equipment contracts; and, Mexico wants to ship goods to that 300-mile-wide "magic" NAFTA-consumer-zone along the USA eastern seaboard....

Incredible buying power along the USA eastern seaboard.  Trade Companies world-wide aim shipments toward that population...

Meanwhile, El Paso Texas sits in the middle of it - the nexus and the center of it -- and to pull this all off the powers-that-be have to ignore the EPA-Federal DOJ confidential-for-settlement-purposes-only document that tells the tale about how Asarco burned unmanifested (secret) toxic-waste for years to make $$$ --- from both military and industrial sources.

(see NYTimes front-page article)

Coincidentally, Carlye owns 20% of Grupo Mexico (which controls Ferromex/UP railroad), Carlyle controls all of the CSX railroad along the USA eastern seaboard, and a former high-level executive for the guy who created the 1st planned international city that all this rail will go through (next to ASARCO El Paso) now is in charge of the Carlyle USA Realty group.  (use this blog's search engine to look for "Carlyle")


Google News Alert for: asarco
Mexican peso slips; Grupo Mexico up on Asarco bets
Reuters
MXX rose 0.40 percent, lifted by a gain in shares of Grupo Mexico on bets it could win control of bankrupt copper miner Asarco LLC. ...
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"MEXICO CITY, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Mexico's peso slipped on Friday, as data on U.S. consumers added to worries of a sluggish recovery in the United States, Mexico's top trading partner...The IPC stock index .MXX rose 0.40 percent, lifted by a gain in shares of Grupo Mexico on bets it could win control of bankrupt copper miner Asarco LLC....Mexico sends more than 80 percent of its exports to the United States and a rebound in U.S. consumer demand is key to spur a recovery for Mexico from its deepest recession since the 1930s...."


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