Day

May 3, 2016
ford mexico
Mexico’s environmental prosecutor, Profepa, said on Monday it was fining Ford’s local unit just over 18 million pesos ($1.05 million) for selling vehicles in Mexico without the proper environmental certifications. The fine was related to the sale of 4,690 vehicles, Profepa said in a statement, adding the company was missing certificates required under norms regulating...
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Patricia Espinosa
Former Mexican Foreign Minister Patricia Espinosa has been nominated to be the new U.N. climate chief, helping to bolster a 2015 Paris Agreement to shift the world economy from fossil fuels, officials said on Tuesday. Christiana Figueres, a Costa Rican who is stepping down in July after a six-year term as head of the U.N....
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donkey festival
This is a place where every donkey will have its day – a small town just north of Mexico City that gives the beasts of burden a chance on May Day to kick up their hooves. The annual donkey fair in Otumba attracts up to 40,000 people who come to see the animals compete in...
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sayulita sup
Sayulita Pueblo Mágico, the Surf Capital of the Riviera Nayarit, will host the Stand Up Paddle (SUP) & Paddle Board National Selection Tournament from May 6-8, 2016, which will result in the picks for the Mexican national team. The invitation was sent out by the Mexican Federation of Surf via the National SUP Organization in...
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