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May 30, 2014
Mexico has begun construction of the Topolobampo-El Encino natural gas pipeline in the northwestern state of Sinaloa, which will contribute to the generation of cheaper electricity and feed a new fertilizer plant. The pipeline will diversify industry in Mexico’s northwest, as well as create jobs and boost economic development in the region, said Ochoa Reza,...
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Mexican magnate Carlos Slim on Friday inaugurated a four-level, underground aquarium that is the biggest in Latin America, housing 3,000 animals belonging to 230 species. The first visitors took an elevator underground to start the tour of the 400,000-gallon glass tank where blue, yellow, orange and green fish swam among sharks and manta rays. In...
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The first line of dialogue in this terrific horror-fantasy film from Disney is “Let us tell an old story anew.” It’s not the first time Disney has dug into its archive and remade one of its own. There have been updated versions of “The Parent Trap,” “The Shaggy Dog,” and “The Absent-Minded Professor.” And Disney’s...
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The central bank chief calls it a “temporary pothole.” Whatever the term, Mexico’s economy has hit some turbulence – despite the most ambitious overhaul to its business structure in decades. Tax hikes have dampened consumer confidence, retail sales remain stagnant, and low U.S. demand for Mexican-made cars and televisions slowed the economy earlier this year...
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