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  • Mexican authorities on Tuesday ordered the General Motors Co union in the city of Silao to repeat a worker vote following pressure from U.S. lawmakers for the automaker to address alleged abuses that could potentially violate a new trade deal. (National Post)
    • This is the first time Washington is self-initiating a labour dispute under the new trade pact between the countries.
  • Mexico's Tatiana Clouthier, U.S.' Katherine Tai and Mary Ng will participate in the May 17, 18 virtual gathering, according to daily Milenio.
    • Recent changes to Mexico's energy legislation will be discussed, among other topics
  • Mexico's president backed an investigation into two opposition candidates in a key gubernatorial election, which has roiled the campaign in one of the nation's wealthiest states less than a month before the vote. (BBG)
  • A judge with Mexico's supreme court, Fernando Franco, rejected a request by antitrust agency Cofece to suspend a recently enacted electricity law, Milenio reports.