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October 25, 2017
A trip to Mexico’s indigenous Maya heartland showed me how a vibrant Muslim community had sprung up in this predominantly Roman Catholic country. In the southern state of Chiapas, home to a lush mountainous landscape, I photographed members of a small Muslim community made up of hundreds of mostly indigenous Tzotzil men and women, many...
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Toyota Motor Corp. confirmed Wednesday that a planned Mexico auto plant is being scaled back, but a top executive said the decision was driven by market needs and was not a political move. The investment for the Guanajuato plant, set to be running in 2019, fall to $700 million from the $1 billion commitment announced...
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Guadalajara will fight to host the Gay Games 2022, as the organization revealed. The Mexican city will contend with Hong Kong (China) and Washington (United States). Emy Ritt, director of the Games, in recent days, explained to La Afición the three fundamental requirements to be a candidate for the next games: “First: to have a...
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Jalisco has amended its income laws to charge a 3 percent tax for the use of Airbnb, Homeaway and other digital applications that offer online lodging service. The state Congress unanimously approved a reform that establishes the lodging tax that will be charged to the user on the platforms, and the platforms will play the...
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