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February 2, 2017
If the United States imposes a border tax on Mexican imports, it’s not just tequila, beer and avocados that would jump in price. Mexico is the world’s leading exporter of refrigerators and flat-screen TVs. Cars and trucks such as the Ram 1500 crew cab, Ford Fiesta and Chevrolet Trax fill U.S. dealer lots. Mexican berries,...
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Figures from the National Seismological Service (SSN) reveal that last January seismic activity in Mexico recorded an unprecedented increase of 92.64 percent over the same month of the last decade. Last month, 1,124 earthquakes occurred, of which only two had magnitudes equal to or greater than five, while in January 2016, 984 earthquakes were reported,...
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Mexico announced a 4.4 billion peso ($212 million) deal to assemble Chinese cars in the central state of Hidalgo on Wednesday, amid calls for the country to diversify economic ties as tensions have risen with the U.S., its largest trade partner. Hidalgo Gov. Omar Fayad announced the deal between Mexico’s Giant Motors Latinoamerica and Chinese...
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By Carmen Poon Long before the ubiquitous (don’t you love that word?) presence of Facebook on the internet, I remember a joke email making its way around inboxes entitled: “You Know that You Are Latino When…” One of the points was “You know that you are Latino when people tell you to stop yelling and...
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