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June 22, 2014
Less than two years into Enrique Pena Nieto’s presidency, Mexico is implementing an ambitious structural-reform package designed to lift its economy out of a multi-decade low-growth trap and create new opportunities for its citizens. The reforms involve restructuring economic sectors once deemed politically untouchable, and are backed by constitutional amendments and a bold legislative agenda....
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Puerto Vallarta will welcome the International Fireworks Festival 2014 on December 25 to 31. (Please read the most recent information for the International Fireworks Festival Puerto Vallarta) Members from four separate nations are expected: USA, Canada, Italy, and Spain, in addition to five states of the Mexican Republic: Jalisco, Puebla, Zacatecas, Sonora and Mexico State....
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real estate
Did you ever dream it would be possible to enjoy life in a safe, idyllic tropical paradise, with everything you need (and more) at your fingertips – all at an affordable price? As CNN reports, many U.S. retirees have already discovered there is a place you can have all of this and more – Mexico!...
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This Summer, London’s Fashion and Textile Museum stages the first-ever exhibition dedicated to the iconic rebozo, a classic Mexican shawl made famous in 20th century culture by artist Frida Kahlo. Made in Mexico explores the key role that textiles have played in promoting Mexican culture worldwide, dating from the 17th century to the present day....
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Amidst the chopped fingers and rabid weasel puppets, Alton Brown demonstrates the safest way to peel and cut a slippery mango. All you need is a marker and a peeler to create what’s essentially “mango handles” and a sharp knife to slice it into bite-sized chunks.
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