Day

September 8, 2014
The overhaul of Mexico’s banking laws, enacted as part of President Enrique Peña Nieto’s wide-ranging economic and business structural changes, is designed to increase credit to small and medium-sized businesses while enhancing regulatory oversight and transparency. Promises of wide-ranging structural reforms aimed at boosting long-run growth and economic development accompanied Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s...
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A series of events will take place this week to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of artist Manuel Lepe Macedo’s death. Lepe is considered a distinguished artist in Puerto Vallarta and his work continues to be recognized throughout the city. Manuel Lepe was born on April 17, 1936 in Puerto Vallarta and was an artist representative...
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The Mexican city of Zapopan, outside Guadalajara, played host to a Guinness World Record attempt on Sunday – the largest number of people singing in a round. It was part of the 21st International Mariachi Festival. The song chosen was “Cielito Lindo.”
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To many, Mexico is a land of beach resorts, cheap tequila, and quickie vacations. But for those of us who crave history and culture, it is the land of the Mayans — who, although their glory days may have ended with the Spanish invasion, are still alive and well and living just as they did...
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The Bay of Banderas is Mexico’s largest and one of the world’s deepest, with recorded depths of more than 3,000 feet. Offering superb sport fishing for sailfish, marlin, tuna and other game fish, it’s home to dolphins, manta rays, quirky little seahorses and a nursery for humpback whales.
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Puerto Vallarta is one of the most popular destinations in Mexico and for good reasons. Puerto Vallarta is situated on the coast of the Pacific and boasts some of the finest beaches and best resorts in the country. The Documentary TV Series Travel Secrets Mexico offers quality advice and objective information for tourists and people...
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Puerto Rican actor Benicio del Toro and British actress Emily Blunt filmed several scenes for the movie “Resolution 6” in the city of Nezahualcoyotl, one of the most violent in the central state of Mexico, the producer said. The film’s producer, Edward McDonnell, said that Mexican settings were chosen to “stamp the movie with scenic...
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The U.N. panel that oversees sanctions against North Korea will arrive in Mexico to inspect the North Korean ship, Mu Du Bong, currently being held in Mexico. The Mu Du Bong damaged 3662 square meters of coral when it sailed into a reef 12 km from the shore, grounding itself in the process. The ship...
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