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October 21, 2014
Here, you receive powerful training, profound mind shifts, groundbreaking ideas, deep connections, incredible adventures and unique opportunities to give back, so you can play an even bigger game and significantly expand your ability to accomplish bold things. The event is invite-only and attracts amazing men and women from all across the planet. Each Awesomeness Fest...
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It’s been a long but very worthwhile journey. You’ve reached the heart of the Tarahumara Mountains in the northeast corner of Chihuahua state and find yourself standing atop the majestic heights known as Las Barrancas del Cobre (Copper Canyon), a name that derives from the stunning greenish copper hue of the canyon walls. Spanning a...
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Mexico’s state oil company Pemex said on Tuesday it was evacuating 15,000 workers from installations in the Gulf of Mexico because of bad weather, adding the evacuation would have only a minimal impact on crude oil output. Pemex gave no immediate details on what minimal impact meant in terms of barrels of oil. The evacuation...
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Mexico has posted large signs at border crossings and airports warning travelers about the Ebola outbreak in Africa, symptoms of the disease and how to prevent the spread of the virus. “We’re also handing out fliers,” said Dr. Puertas Rincones, director of health services and sanitation for Chihuahua in the border city Ciudad Juarez. “I...
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With the investment of 14.5 million pesos, the checkered flag was given to start the work, a collected effort between CONAGUA, State, and City officials. The director of sanitation, Juan Gabriel Avalos Lemus, explained that the new construction will address an old problem with the pollution of the Ameca River. The Ameca River is 230...
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Mexican authorities have detained the chief executive of oil services company Oceanografia, which is at the center of a fraud probe involving Citigroup Inc’s local unit Banamex. Amado Yanez was detained late on Monday, a government official told Reuters on condition of anonymity. It was unclear what charges he was facing. Oceanografia was a top...
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The reward was announced in national newspapers and featured black and white photos of the 43 students, who went missing three weeks ago in the southern city of Iguala. The reward applies to information on the whereabouts of the students or for the identification of those responsible for their disappearance. Meanwhile, representatives of the students’...
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Mexicans celebrate Dia de los Muertos in honor of their deceased loves ones. It is a ritual of love, to remember and to be joyful. For expatriates and tourists who did not grow up in Mexico, these rituals and practices might seem strange. The dead are allowed to “live” again during these days of the...
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Hotels, DMC Association and Convention Center Promote Meetings Offerings in the Destination Puerto Vallarta exhibited at this year’s IMEX America with a delegation headed by Miguel Andres Hernandez, Executive Director of the Puerto Vallarta CVB, as well as representatives from Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort, Melia, Sheraton Buganvilias, Fiesta Americana, Velas Vallarta, Westin Puerto Vallarta in...
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