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New Tijuana hospital to have binational focus
18 April 16 11:41 AM
SIMNSA taps Scripps Health for advice on building $120 million facility By Paul Sisson Scripps Health and a binational company will announce today that they’re partnering to establish a hospital aimed at serving the growing Read More...
Tijuana Airport Parking, Just Over the Border
22 January 14 12:12 PM
By BILLY WITZ In the barren Southwest, a good portion of the 1,900-mile border between the United States and Mexico is being fortified with walls, electronic surveillance and trenches. Construction at Tijuana International. A privately financed pedestrian 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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Filner hopes Romney will lead Olympics bid
30 April 13 11:01 AM
By Sandra Dibble 2:10 P.M. APRIL 27, 2013 SAN DIEGO — San Diego Mayor Bob Filner is not only willing to cross the international border in his effort to work with Tijuana to submit a bid for the 2024 Olympics. He’s also prepared to cross a 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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Work begins on new convention center in Tijuana
03 September 12 01:13 PM
Facility will be first of its kind in Northern Baja California A rendering shows the new $45 million convention center being built between Tijuana and Rosarito in Mexico. By Carlos Rico, The Daily Transcript Thursday, August 30, 2012 Convention Center Read More...
Baja Craft Beers will have its own Tasting Room To open on July 2012
25 July 12 01:48 PM
By Alan Castorena San Diego Red The Tijuana based distributor will open its own Tasting Room next August 10 with over 30 beer keg taps and a huge variety of bottles and beers from the region as well having beers from the South of California and the US. Read More...
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In Brief – News and Analysis – August 2011
29 August 11 01:35 PM
Tijuana safer than Cincinnati “I felt safer in Tijuana than I do in most places in Cincinnati,” words spoken by the Chief Financial Officer of a major U.S. company visiting Tijuana investigating the possibility of starting a maquiladora operation Read More...
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Baja California going after new tourism niches
04 July 11 01:09 PM
By Sandra Dibble The San Diego Union-Tribune LLC. TIJUANA — Baja California has been losing cruise-ship visitors, sales of coastal real estate have plummeted and many resort hotel rooms sit empty. Yet the range of tourism offerings for visitors Read More...
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The culinary buzz in Tijuana
06 April 11 12:02 PM
Recovering economy, greater sense of safety pushing revitalization of all kinds of eateries By Sandra Dibble pv["p.a_3"] = " "; , UNION-TRIBUNE Photo by Sean M. Haffey “We have a unique opportunity to create a cuisine for Baja California,” Read More...
Border Crossing Expansion Begins At San Ysidro Port
30 March 11 12:16 PM
By Tom Fudge The San Ysidro Port of Entry is America's busiest border crossing but it also may be the most frustrating border crossing, with wait times often surpassing two hours. That's why the US federal government is launching a $557 million Read More...
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Tijuana at 30 miles per hour
01 September 10 11:58 AM
Sandra Dibble holds a cup of clamato juice, a popular treat in Baja California , on Sunday in Rosarito Beach. By Sandra Dibble UNION-TRIBUNE Monday, August 30, 2010 This was a difficult assignment: In the space of just a few hours, give my new editor, Read More...
Hugo Torres: A Committed Vision for Rosarito Beach and Baja
05 August 10 11:29 AM
By Ron Raposa Saturday, July 31, 2010 In the 1980s's Hugo Torres led the tough 12-year campaign to make Rosario its own city, independent from Tijuana. When voters made that a reality in 1995, he was appointed the city's first mayor. When Torres' Read More...
Rosarito Honors Military For Helping Bring Crime Rate To Long-Time Lows
30 June 10 12:03 AM
By Ron Raposa This city in a Tuesday ceremony honored the Mexican military for its role in fighting organized crime, an effort that has helped bring crime in this city to at least a five-year low. The noon event at City Hall plaza gave special recognition Read More...
Second Annual Baja By the Sea Draws Crowd To Seaport Village
29 June 10 11:18 PM
By Ron Raposa Hundreds of Baja lovers andgovernment officials from both sides of the border flocked to Saturday’s secondannual Baja By the Sea event at San Diego’s Seaport Village. The eight-hour event featuredexhibits --- and many free samples Read More...
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