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September 17, 2018
Mexico, Energy Sector Face Uphill Battle Against Corruption, Study Finds

Mexico, Energy Sector Face Uphill Battle Against Corruption, Study Finds

Corruption is becoming “normalized” in Mexican society, a trend driven in part by the energy sector, according to new research. “Mexico is a prime example...
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For Sale: 1 Mile Of U.S.-Mexico Border Wall

For Sale: 1 Mile Of U.S.-Mexico Border Wall

A sign near Santa Teresa, New Mexico. Part of the federal government’s border wall stands on state trust land near Santa Teresa. (SEBASTIEN VUAGNAT/AFP/Getty Images)...
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Discover Financial's Tie-Up to Boost Card Business in Mexico

Discover Financial’s Tie-Up to Boost Card Business in Mexico

Shutterstock photo Discover Financial Services DFS recently announced that it has collaborated with Promoción y Operación S.A. de C.V. (Prosa). Both the companies will form...
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Lessons from Mexico’s Earthquake Early Warning System

Lessons from Mexico’s Earthquake Early Warning System

Rubble from a collapsed building crushed a car in the Xochimilco borough of Mexico City following the M 7.1 Puebla earthquake on 19 September 2017....
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Six Grad Students from Mexico Receive Fellowships

Six Grad Students from Mexico Receive Fellowships

Participants in the MGREP’s summer institute are, from left, Paloma Fierro, Dianalaura Cueto, Arturo Meza, Ana Van Boeyen, Isaac Triujeque, Daniela Ruiz, Margarita Rivera, Steven...
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157 unclaimed corpses really smell in Guadalajara

The lack of infrastructure to protect unidentified bodies has forced the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences (IJCF) to preserve 157 corpses in the refrigerated trucks...
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Mexican president elect introduces civilian head of security

Mexican president elect introduces civilian head of security

TEPIC, Mexico – Mexico’s president-elect kicked off a nationwide tour Sunday with his new head of security in tow: a restaurant owner named Daniel Asaf...
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Wikileaks Leaks: Julian Assange becomes the victim of his own game

Julian Assange had just pulled off one of the biggest scoops in journalistic history, splaying the innards of American diplomacy across the web. But technology...
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All new at Incanto: Paco Ojeda’s ‘Viva Mexico’, Singer George Gracia and stage play ‘El Grito’

George Gracia is a local singer-songwriter who is known for his acoustic guitar music featuring soul, pop, and blues. Originally from the state of Veracruz,...
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Mexico intends to increase trade with Azerbaijan this year

Mexico intends to increase trade with Azerbaijan this year

Trade turnover between Azerbaijan and Mexico may reach $25 million in 2018, Mexican Ambassador to Azerbaijan Juan Rodrigo Labardini Flores said at an event dedicated...
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The CRE of Mexico reduces costs of the Financial Guarantees

The CRE of Mexico reduces costs of the Financial Guarantees

This press release from Mexico’s Energy Regulatory Commission was published using an automatic translation system. The Governing Body of the CRE approved the methodology that...
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Milking it for politics? U.S., Canada dig in on dairy in NAFTA talks

Milking it for politics? U.S., Canada dig in on dairy in NAFTA talks

09/17/2018 – Politico Decades-long trade tensions over America’s access to Canada’s dairy market are getting hashed out in the final rounds of the NAFTA talks....
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