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Private firms can import fuel April 1
23 February 16 11:10 AM
President advances date liberalizing rules on fuel imports Mexico News Daily | Monday, February 22, 2016 More gas stations might be coming sooner to Mexico with today’s announcement to accelerate changes in fuel import regulations. Only Petróleos Read More...
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Restart bank trust debate, urge realtors
23 February 16 10:54 AM
Elimination of fideicomiso would detonate market, industry says Mexico News Daily | Tuesday, February 16, 2016 The real estate industry plans to lobby for a renewed discussion in Congress over the elimination of the bank trust foreigners must use to purchase Read More...
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American retirees flock to Mexican shore in Baja looking for living and financial ease
17 November 15 08:22 AM
Pam and Brian Saltzman By Rebekah Sager latino.foxnews.com Despite what many Americans may believe about the dangers of Mexico, there are a few “brave” souls who would argue that the Mexico they know is not only safe, but safer than the U.S., Read More...
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PAN DE MUERTO: AN ANCESTRAL WAY TO REMEMBER THE DEAD
14 October 15 12:28 PM
By Dania Vargas Austryjak Wednesday, 2015-10-14 (09:26:04) A pan dulce to celebrate A festivity for the dead might seem a little strange for some cultures; but in Mexico celebrating those who have left this world and remembering them in a happy way, is Read More...
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Celebrating Similarities
11 December 14 02:04 PM
Gil Sperry San Diego Mexican Culture Examiner What do Ireland and Mexico have in common? Let me count the ways. Well , first of all, we can go back to relatively recent history, the Mexican-American War that began in 1846. Students of international conflicts Read More...
Americas Now... Made in Mexico
08 October 13 01:38 PM
In the eyes of many world travelers, Tijuana Mexico has long been seen as little more than a tourist trap across the US border for cheap souvenirs and tequila and for its prostitutes peddling their services on the back streets of Avenida Revolucion. Its Read More...
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The Up-and-Coming Gastro Getaway: Valle de Guadalupe
30 April 13 12:58 PM
Casey Chiotti It’s flown under the radar for years—but thanks to new up-market accommodations and an explosion of fine dining and wineries, the time to visit Mexico’s wine country is now. Why Valle de Guadalupe? Would it surprise you Read More...
The rise of Mexico
26 November 12 02:19 PM
America needs to look again at its increasingly important neighbour Nov 24th 2012 | http://www.economist.com from the print edition NEXT week the leaders of North America’s two most populous countries are due to meet for a neighbourly chat in Washington, Read More...
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Tips for Checking Out Real Estate in Baja
17 October 12 12:29 PM
If you're thinking about buying property in Baja, you shouldn't do so without checking out a few different areas in person. There are some phenomenal deals out there for Ensenada homes, Rosarito real estate and other options, but you shouldn't Read More...
The Paradoxes of Felipe Calderón
09 October 12 01:12 PM
The Mexican president who fought the drug war leaves behind a growing economy and says the U.S. should consider 'market alternatives.' By BRET STEPHENS | New York Felipe Calderón arrives 15 minutes early for his meeting with the editors Read More...
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Green Light For Cross-Border Power Line Between U.S. and Mexico
12 September 12 12:13 PM
The Grid by Chris Clarke on August 20, 2012 3:30 PM The Department of Energy announced Friday that the Obama administration has given the go-ahead to connecting wind turbines in Baja to the U.S. grid. According to Friday's Federal Register, the administration Read More...
Hyundai to invest $130 mn in new plant in Mexico
12 September 12 11:50 AM
Submitted by John Ganjei on Thu, 2012-09-06 17:11 Hyundai, the South Korean automotive leader set up its first plant in Tijuana back in 1989. Hyundai recently announced an investment of US$130 million in their new aluminum Die Cast Plant, as their third Read More...
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Mexico improves 13 positions in 2 years on the World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Index
12 September 12 11:45 AM
Submitted by MexicoToday on Fri, 2012-09-07 20:17 Mexico has improved 13 positions in the last 2 years in the World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report. Mexico ranks 53rd in the 2012-2013 report, up from 58th place in 2011 and 66th place in 2010. Read More...
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Honeywell Recruits Top Mexican Engineering Graduates for Innovations in General Engineering across Aerospace Sector
12 September 12 11:39 AM
http://mexicotoday.org Submitted by Daniel on Thu, 2011-09-22 20:26 Honeywell has a history in general engineering. Not only does the American company have 122,000 employees worldwide, but it also has been giving back to the general engineering community Read More...
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The Landmark Rosarito Beach Hotel Establishes Easter Weekend Records
21 May 12 10:59 AM
By Ron Raposa ROSARITO BEACH, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO---The landmark Rosarito Beach Hotel this Easter weekend had its highest occupancy rate in a decade and the largest number of guests in its 87-year history. The Friday and Saturday occupancy rates of Read More...
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