May 12, 2015

Next Round of Contracts in Mexico’s Open Oil Industry Worth $620 Mil

The next round of contracts in Mexico's opening of its oil and natural gas industry should bring in about $620 million in investment in the...
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Protected Species, Iguana Found Cooked in Mexico Stew

Mexican environmental authorities say they seized 8.5 gallons (32 liters) of stew made of Mexican spiny-tailed iguanas, a species considered protected and threatened in Mexico....
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Short-Film Highlights Tons of Mexican Produce Wasted in USA

Throughout the U.S. borderlands, a diverse group of people come up with innovative solutions to mend our broken food system. Directed by Phil Buccellato and...
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Mexico City to Convert Two-Thirds of City Buses to Green Energy by 2020

Eight cities in Latin America will replace 40,000 buses with clean vehicles by 2020 in a bid to cut pollution. The plan aims to reduce...
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Despite Booming Auto Sector, Mexico Industrial Output Flattens

(Reuters) - Mexican industrial output was flat in March compared with February, missing expectations for an increase, and pointing to modest growth in Latin America's...
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Picasso Painting Sells for Record Breaking $179.4 Million

A Picasso oil painting from 1955 smashed the record for the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction when it soared to $179.4 million at...
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