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July 6, 2015
Mexico’s peso hit a record low on Monday, tracking global markets that have been pressured by fears of a Greek exit from the euro zone after voters in the Mediterranean nation voted against new measures proposed by its creditors. In early morning trading, the peso hit 15.8625 pesos per dollar, down 0.71 percent from Friday’s...
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A relief of painter Frida Kahlo stamped on a Coke bottle, a radio shaped like a refrigerator and a miniature billiard table are some of the eye-catching items among the 60,000 art objects related to Coca-Cola, some of which are being exhibited in “The Coca-Cola Bottle Art Tour: Inspiring Pop Culture Over 100 years,” in...
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Mexico auto production rose 6.7 percent in June to 306,694 units versus the same month last year, the Mexican Auto Industry Association (AMIA) said on Monday. Auto exports, meanwhile, rose 5.3 percent to 242,720 units, AMIA added. Car exports to the United States, where nearly three-quarters of Mexico’s cars head, rose 10.3 percent in June...
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The beaches of San Pancho in the Riviera Nayarit will host the 2015 State Surf Team Selection from July 11-12, convened by the Nayarit State Surfing Association (ASENAY, by its acronym in Spanish). There will be 16 categories in the competition including men’s and women’s divisions for ages 15 to 55 years old in Short...
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