Day

April 21, 2014
Manufacturing in Mexico has expanded rapidly in recent years, giving China and other Asian nations the first serious competition they’ve seen in decades. The rising cost of fuel, combined with higher wages in some Asian nations, has encouraged a growing number of major international corporations – especially those who manufacture heavy industrial items – to...
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UPDATED APRIL 24, 2014 Mexican police arrested and fined a gay couple Sunday for kissing, according to Gay Star News. Authorities say the two men, Jorge, 24, and Alan, 26, were “disturbing the peace” when they kissed on a street corner in La Paz, the capital of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur, around...
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Juanes has made one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential people — and quite frankly he could have been on that list a long before most of mainstream America knew of him — but nonetheless, the U.S. has finally caught onto the creative genius and infectious beats of Colombian rock star, Juanes. The multi-Latin Grammy-winning star...
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Mexico’s new food labeling rules were supposed to help fight an obesity epidemic, but activists and experts said Monday they may actually encourage the public to consume high levels of sugar. The debate over sugar has grown bitter, in a country with one of the highest obesity rates in the Western Hemisphere. The new label...
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The Puerto Vallarta International Convention Center in Mexico is just four and a half years old, but it already is making a name for itself in the international event community. For the past three years, it has been recognized in MDC Magazine Readers Choice Awards as one of Mexico’s top 10 convention centers. This year,...
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In an effort to continue broadening the range of opportunities for its artists, Sony Music U.S. Latin has partnered with ZZinc group, the entertainment company headed by Mexican promoter/manager Armando Lozano and Mexican film financier Alex García. Through the partnership, ZZinc and Sony will leverage their assets to jointly develop talent and music-related projects, focusing...
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Spain and Italy may have dominated this year’s New York International Olive Oil Competition, but some newcomers as well as stalwarts from Uruguay, Mexico, Peru, Chile and Argentina showed they have what it takes to compete on the world stage. One of the big surprises this year was the success of some outstanding producers from...
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Most people will never seriously consider moving out of their comfort zone in the first place. But for those of us who are willing to go to new places, meet new people, and try new things, the process of picking the right place and moving the right way can seem a little daunting. Of course,...
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Fabiana wakes every morning at 4:30 a.m., like all the women in her community. She grinds the corn she boiled the night before until it becomes soft dough, from which she forms a few balls that once flattened and cooked on a griddle become tortillas. Fabiana, who is ethnically Tzotzil Maya, is 23 years old,...
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For the fourth consecutive year, Los Cabos will host the second stage of the Mercedes-Benz Trophy 2014 golf tournament. The tournament, with 12 years of tradition in Mexico and 25 years worldwide, is the most important amateur golf competition in Mexico. It will be held on May 17 at the Palmilla Golf Club. “It is...
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Daniel Ramirez’ low shot in the 55th minute gave Pumas a 1-0 victory over Chivas in Mexico’s first division on Sunday and secured a spot in the playoffs of the Clausura championship. Cruz Azul remained atop the standings despite its 5-1 loss on Friday to Morelia, and Toluca held second spot after a 1-0 loss...
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