Day

September 1, 2017
Thao Viet Le
American Thao Viet Le, 19, was in France and came to Mexico, where she lived a lavish lifestyle as a party girl by faking her own kidnapping and demanding ransom from her parents. According to the State Agency of Investigations, the lie fell apart August 29, when the teen was located in the town of...
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flooding
Rains recorded in the mountainous area of Puerto Vallarta have caused rivers and streams to increase their flow, said Adrián Bobadilla, head of the Municipal Civil Protection Unit. Bobadilla said that the increase in water levels of local rivers keep the unit on alert. He said that there is constant monitoring of the rivers Mascota...
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summer
The Riviera Nayarit registered an excellent summer season, ending August with 86.17% hotel occupancy and over 300 thousand visitors, which surpasses last year’s number of 276,284 tourists. The income generated by this difference was in excess of $3 billion pesos. Marc Murphy, Managing Director of the Riviera Nayarit Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB), commented the...
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Tropical Storm Lidia has caused four deaths in Mexico’s Los Cabos, officials said Friday as it continued to lash the resort-studded southern Baja California Peninsula with heavy rains. Arturo de la Rosa Escalante, mayor of the twin resorts of Los Cabos, said two people were electrocuted by power lines, a woman drowned after being swept...
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kia mexico
Kia Motors Mexico introduced a new financing program today that puts automotive ownership within reach of people, even when they have been registered in the Credit Bureau. The director of Kia Finance Mexico, Jorge Álvarez, announced that the program called Kia Trust is aimed at “any person who has had a bad credit experience or...
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nafta
Mexico is taking U.S. President Donald Trump’s threats to leave the North American Free Trade Agreement more seriously as a second round of talks opens Friday in Mexico City on renegotiating the 1994 trade pact. In the aftermath of Trump’s Sunday tweet saying that Mexico and Canada are “both being very difficult, may have to...
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Mexico factory activity bounces back in August
The pace of growth in Mexico’s manufacturing sector picked up in August on stronger output, new orders and employment, a survey showed on Friday. The Markit Mexico Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index MXPMIM=ECI rose to 52.2 in August from 51.2 in July, when adjusted for seasonal swings. A reading above 50 signals expansion in the sector,...
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Agustín Flores Contreras
The Puerto Vallarta City Council approved $1.5 million pesos for the repair of the roof and bathrooms, as well as a new floor in the municipal auditorium located in the sports unit “Agustín Flores Contreras”, the only sports enclosure of its kind in the city. In an ordinary session of the City Council, the councilors...
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Lidia is currently about 45 miles west of La Paz, Mexico and given the interaction with land, weakening is expected over the next couple of days. A tropical storm warning has been issued for the Baja California Peninsula from San Jose de Las Palomas to Isla San Luis and also for mainland Mexico from Altata...
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