August 18, 2014

PROFECO Shuts Down 15 Businesses in Puerto Vallarta for Violations

The federal consumer protection agency (PROFECO) placed seals suspending 15 businesses in Puerto Vallarta, among them hotels, restaurants, bars, timeshares and self service department and...
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Female jockeys vie for a place in male-dominated horse racing at Mexico City’s hippodrome

Elisabeth Garrido stacks bales of hay into the shape of a horse, straps reins around a mock head and sets off on an imaginary but...
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Capt Pete’s Summer Fishing Report 2014, Puerto Vallarta

Summer time is here and the fishing is heating up in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. During the months of June through October we have some of...
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Low Minimum Wage Hurts the Mexican Economy

Low minimum-wage hurts the Mexican economy as many people make more money working “under the table”, an estimated 60% of working people, and not paying...
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Mexico City airport prepares to deal with Ebola

The Mexico City International Airport is ready to deal with any possible cases of Ebola, a viral disease that is spreading through West Africa, aviation...
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Mining Giant ‘Grupo Mexico’ Befouls Northern Sonora Rivers

A Mexican federal official has accused the mining giant Grupo Mexico with concealing an August 5 toxic spill that contaminated two rivers in the northern...
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Billionaire Carlos Slim Tells Young People to Leave Mexico for Success

Carlos Slim, the world’s second richest man and by far the richest person in Mexico, is advising Mexico’s young people to make their lives and...
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Mexico’s Electricity Overhaul

Mexico’s state-run electricity company will announce on Monday, today, tenders for nearly $4.9 billion in projects in a first round of auctions under a sweeping...
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Top Strawberry Producer in Mexico

For the fourth consecutive year, Michoacán consolidated itself as the number one producer of strawberries in the country and the leading producer of blackberries in...
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Dolphins Sleep with One Half of Their Brain at a Time

Dolphins can stay alert and active for 15 days or more by sleeping with one half of their brain at a time, scientists have learned....
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