Among Mexico's many sayings, "lo que el viento a Juárez" —what the wind did to Juárez— is popular, especially around election time
An indigenous orphan from Oaxaca rose to inspire a nation, provide a benchmark of political life, and become the most revered of all Mexican presidents
Mexico's three long-weekend holidays —introduced over a decade ago— are well-received and one of them also forms part of Mexico's 'Black Friday' shopping event
The Bank of Mexico announces a new series of Mexican bank notes, starting with the $500 peso bill
By the early 19th century, the local middle classes had grown tired of sharing their wealth with Spain
Every now and again, Mexico's National Statistics Institute publishes off-beat snippets that have no bearing on the country's economic situation
Starting this month, Mexico is introducing the concept of bank holiday Mondays, or long weekends. . . .