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July 1, 2015
Now that Mexico’s top court has given the green light to gay marriage, a host of states should bring their laws into line, a Supreme Court justice said. The court ruled in a decision published on June 19 that laws restricting marriage to a man and a woman were unconstitutional. The decision, based on five...
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SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) has announced the Top 10 New Species for 2015. The annual list, established in 2008, calls attention to discoveries that are made even as species are going extinct faster than they are being identified. This year the Tillandsia religiosa native to Mexico makes the list. Despite long...
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Mexico’s currency hit its weakest level on record on Wednesday, part of a broader slump in regional currencies depressed by concern that Greece may leave the euro zone and that U.S. interest rates are headed higher. Mexico is seen as particularly vulnerable to the effects of higher borrowing costs in the Unites States, its main...
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The number of inbound tourist arrivals to Mexico is expected to reach 28.8 million by 2019, representative of a CAGR  (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 2.96% during the forecast period. The growth is driven by the influx of tourists from the country’s North American neighbors. A large Mexican population resides in the US; according to...
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