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October 27, 2014
Puerto Vallarta and Anaheim, home of Mickey Mouse, are approximately the same size in population. They are great cities for comparison because they both serve a large amount of tourists and are located on the west coast. In Anaheim you are more likely to be raped or robbed than in Puerto Vallarta, in fact twice...
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Riviera Nayarit welcomes the new Tianguis Lo De Marcos, which will feature the works of over 40 talented Artisans including growers of Organic Produce, and a Food Court with a handful of select providers selling an impressive selection of food items you are not likely to find elsewhere. “Everyone involved with the Production of Tianguis...
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The U.S. Department of Commerce said late on Monday that Mexican and U.S. officials and Mexican sugar exporters initialed a draft agreement that would suspend both anti-subsidy and anti-dumping duties on the goods, if adopted in full. The deal defuses a dispute that threatened to escalate into a tit-for-tat trade war after Mexico threatened to...
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When you think of Puerto Vallarta, one of the most popular port stops along the Pacific coast of Mexico on your Mexico cruise, you may think first of beaches, the sea, the vibrant nightlife , and the hillside villas overlooking the Bay of Banderas. But PV, as it’s called for short, also has a rich...
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Some people thought it was going to be necessary for the foreign buyer to obtain a Taxpayer Identification Number (RFC) and to obtain resident status in order to own property in Mexico. Not so! What really happened is that SAT (Mexico’s IRS) has insisted that the Mexican Notary Public who is issuing the deed of...
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Wonderful 187 sq mt condominium with breathtaking views of the entire bay. Balcony and both bedrooms are located in the condo to allow you see the ocean from all places. This 2 Bedroom 2 Bath condo has been remodeled with an open plan for dining room, living room and balcony so the openness feeling is...
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It is an event that has rocked Mexico and will likely be remembered as a dark chapter in the country’s history. The disappearance of 43 students from the Ayotzinapa rural teachers college in the southern state of Guerrero – who were last seen on Sept. 26 after they were abducted by police with links to...
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The course was taught in the Navel facilities of Manzanillo, while Puerto Vallarta was the first city nationwide to participate in this type of training. The course provided in Manzanillo was “Post Blast Investigation,” teaching investigative techniques for cause of fire and explosives. The Deputy Director of Civil Protection, Sergio Ramírez López, stated that with...
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From October 28th through November 1st San Blas will once again celebrate National Conservation Week, an activity that was discontinued in 2011. It’s back and with every intention of staying in order to augment the development of environmental education and the conservation of the Port of San Blas and its adjacent communities. This event, organized...
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Factory exports fell 0.63 percent in September from August in seasonally adjusted terms, the national statistics agency said on Monday, dragged down by a 5.97 percent plunge in auto exports, its biggest contraction since August 2012. Most of Mexico’s exports are manufactured goods and nearly 80 percent of the country’s exports are sent to the...
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