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October 13, 2015
U.S. prices for the world’s 20 top-selling medicines are, on average, three times higher than in Britain, according to an analysis carried out for Reuters. The finding underscores a transatlantic gulf between the price of treatments for a range of diseases and follows demands for lower drug costs in America from industry critics such as...
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A California-based artist is leading an effort to paint the border fence that divides the U.S. and Mexico to make it blend in with the landscape. Ana Teresa Fernández and a group of 30 artists and painters began their work on the border fence in Nogales, Sonora and Nogales, Arizona, on Tuesday. Fernández wants to...
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Four of every 10 bottles of alcohol sold in Mexico are adulterated alcohol, meaning diluted with water, extra flavoring, and coloring. According to the Tax Administration Service (SAT), 43% of the alcohol consumed in the country is illegal, which could be worth more than three billion dollars. From 2013 to date, Mexico has seized 3.3...
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Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s U.S. chain is still mired in a sales slump, but the retailer’s Mexican business is a star south of the border. Wal-Mart de Mexico, Latin America’s largest retail chain and a separately traded stock, reported better-than- expected sales for September, with same-store sales rising 7 percent from a year ago. Improving results...
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Playboy is about to find out how many people really do read it for the articles. The magazine that helped usher in the sexual revolution in the 1950s and ’60s by bringing nudity into living rooms – or at least sock drawers – all over America announced Tuesday that it will no longer run photos...
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