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March 11, 2015
Mexico’s central bank began auctioning off $52 million per day Wednesday in a bid to stabilize the rapidly devaluing peso, which had fallen to a historic low amid expectations of interest rate hikes in the United States. The new auctions, which will last through June 8, are in addition to a mechanism that offers $200...
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A group of Mexican media outlets and civil society groups have launched MexicoLeaks, a digital platform to receive information leaks that could lead to corruption investigations. Representatives of the effort said Tuesday that those wanting to leak information can do so anonymously. Information and tips will be investigated and confirmed before anything is published. The...
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A 42-year-old woman running for mayor in a violent southwestern Mexican state that sparked the biggest crisis of President Enrique Pena Nieto’s administration has been kidnapped and decapitated. State prosecutors said on Wednesday the body of Aide Nava was found in northern Guerrero, where 43 trainee teachers were abducted and almost certainly massacred last year,...
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On Tuesday the United States Department of Transportation granted permission for Southwest airlines to begin non-stop flights to Puerto Vallarta from their Houston, Texas hub at Hobby Airport. Initially the airline hit a roadblock in laws as it petitioned for several routes into Mexico, including Mexico City which already met the maximum allowed flights into...
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So here we were in the middle of December 2011. Two of our children would arrive the next day for their Christmas break, but our new condo had no electricity and an empty elevator shaft. We reluctantly booked our family into the boutique hotel across the street from our so far  uninhabitable home 10 storeys...
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Already Mexico is seeing an 8.9% increase in tourism for 2015 compared to the start of 2014, reports the Integrated System for Migration Operations (SIOM). Compared to 2013 the numbers are even larger at a 21.7% increase compared to the start of that year, showing a trend in growing tourism for Mexico with a yearly...
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Paul Fracassi returns to Act II Entertainment/The Red Room, March 14th with “Walk like a Man,” an exciting tribute to the legendary New Jersey-based recording stars Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. Twenty-three year old singing sensation Paul Fracassi is a former Star Search and Canadian Idol semi-finalist and graduate of Toronto’s famous St. Elizabeth...
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The sound of 1,500 Harley-Davidson engines will fill the air in Puerto Vallarta between March 12  – 15 with the Harley Davidson Rally XVI. An estimated 3,000 riders from Mexico, Canada, and the United States are expected to bring their Harley’s and $7.5 million pesos to the local economy. The event begins in Guadalajara and...
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