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November 24, 2014
The US Transportation Department and the Mexican government have agreed to update the aviation agreement between the two countries that limits the number of flights allowed in each country. The new agreement will allow for more services between the US-Mexico routes. The current agreement was written in 2005 and permits up to two airlines of each...
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In another display of vigilantism, Taxi drivers in Puerto Vallarta blocked four tourist buses at the Krystal Hotel for 40-minutes Monday morning before 9 AM, accusing the buses of not having proper permits to pick up or drop off 160 students staying at the hotel on a volunteer relief mission. The tour providers for the...
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Mexico’s annual inflation retreats in early November, bolstering expectations for steady borrowing costs ahead, even as it remained above the central bank’s tolerance ceiling for a fifth month running. Mexican inflation for the 12 months through the first half of November was 4.16 percent, data from the national statistics institute showed on Monday, below the...
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Mexico summoned Uruguay’s ambassador on Sunday after the South American country’s president described Mexico as a kind of “failed state” in a magazine interview. President Jose Mujica’s comments were in response to a question about 43 college students missing in southern Mexico and appeared in Foreign Affairs’ Latin American edition. But late Sunday Mujica released...
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Mexico’s transportation minister will meet with Chinese government officials on Monday to discuss the cancellation of a $3.75 billion high-speed rail contract that was awarded to a Chinese-led consortium, Mexico said on Sunday. The deal for the project, which had earlier this month been granted to a group led by China Railway Construction (601186.SS), the...
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