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January 4, 2017
The electricity tariffs for industrial, commercial and domestic high consumption will increase in January, the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) of Mexico reported in a statement. CFE said that the increase will not affect low-power households. The adjustment has occurred after the government announced last December liberalization of gasoline in 2017 and amid protests across the...
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Mexico’s peso hit a new record low on Wednesday, falling more than 1.5 percent amid ongoing uncertainty over U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s eventual policies and in anticipation of an address by the Mexican president. The peso MXN= MXN=D2 dropped as low as 21.4750 per dollar, after pushing past the previous low of 21.395 per greenback...
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The first baby in Mexico to be officially named with the maternal surnames of both parents has been registered in the northern state of Nuevo Leon. The tradition in Latin America is to give babies two last names – the father’s surname, followed by the mother’s paternal surname. So baby Barbara born to Jose Gonzalez...
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U.S. Navy-trained dolphins and their handlers will participate in a last-ditch effort to catch, enclose and protect the last few dozen of Mexico’s critically endangered vaquita porpoises to save them from extinction. International experts confirmed the participation of the Navy Marine Mammal Program in the effort, which is expected to start sometime this spring. Jim...
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Back by popular demand,  Luna Lounge Bucerias has  booked Amberly Beatty and “The Legendary Patsy Cline Show” for two dinner/shows, on Thursday, January 5th and on Friday, January 6th at 6:30 pm. Having caught a sneak preview of Amberly Beatty’s extraordinary talent this past week along with lots of positive audience comments from last season’s performance, I highly recommend that you consider...
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