By some estimates, the shutdown will soon cost as much as the President has requested for his wall.
The outcry for the price hike comes six months after the after the election of Emmerson Mnangagwa, who promised “radical economic reforms to attract investment” at his inauguration.
Fuel thieves have been tapping into pipelines throughout Mexico. The newly-elected President has a plan to stop them. Will it work?
Gillette said they “expected debate.” And they sure got it.
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