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September 18, 2018
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Chinese ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing said Tuesday it is launching service in Mexico’s second-largest city, Guadalajara, expanding its presence in the country—and its challenge to market king Uber. Didi Chuxing rolled out trial operations in the Mexican city of Toluca in April and has also launched in the country’s third-largest city, the northern industrial hub...
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Hong Kong said on Tuesday it will recognize overseas same-sex partnerships when granting dependent visas, more than two months after the city’s top court ruled that a British lesbian should be granted a spousal visa in a landmark judgment. International banks and law firms operating in the global financial hub have been keen to see...
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An estimated 6.3 million children died before their 15th birthdays in 2017, or one every five seconds, mostly due to a lack of water, sanitation, nutrition and basic healthcare, according to report by United Nations agencies on Tuesday. The vast majority of these deaths – 5.4 million – occur in the first five years of...
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acorn tv mexico
Popular streaming service Acorn TV launches in Mexico. Renown for being one of the leading streaming services in North America, the channel has distinguished itself for the high-quality content it offers: World Class TV from Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Canada. For less than $100 pesos per month ($4.99 USD dollars), users can access premium content...
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Everything To Eat, See, And Do In Tulum, Mexico
Tulum is a perennially trendy vacation spot, and for good reason. Just about 90 minutes south of Cancun, Tulum is a laid-back, stunning piece of paradise with the perfect mixture of culture, relaxation, pristine beaches, incredible food, and nightlife. Getty Images Whether you’re seeking a family vacation, romantic getaway, or friends-cation, Tulum offers something for...
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LONDON, September 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Mexico’s energy revolution is centred on the development of its gas industry, with the Aztec nation displaying potential to become an energy hub for Central America and the Caribbean. Five years ago Mexico received over 3.9 billion USD investments for natural gas pipelines and gas infrastructure. Mexico has the...
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Playa Xcacel sea turtle
Environmental authorities in Mexico say they have denied permits for a proposed hotel near one of Mexico’s most important sea turtle nesting beaches on the Caribbean. The 520-room hotel project would have erected 23 buildings and an artificial lake on property just inland from the Xcacel beach, north of the resort of Tulum. The federal...
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Wilbur Ross: Trump is 'totally happy' to add Canada, but the US is advancing its trade deal with just Mexico
Manuel Balce Ceneta | AP United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, center, with Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland, left, and Mexico’s Secretary of Economy Ildefonso Guajardo Villarrea. President Donald Trump would still like Canada to join the trade deal that the U.S. crafted with Mexico, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC on Tuesday....
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discover credit card mexico
Discover Financial Services, a leading direct bank and payments services company, and Promoción y Operación S.A. de C.V. (Prosa), a leading payment solutions provider and domestic payments network in Mexico, signed an agreement to form a strategic network alliance to expand Discover® Global Network acceptance in Mexico. Discover, Diners Club International®, PULSE and network affiliate...
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With a great diversity of honey and an annual production of 5,815 tons, Jalisco is considered the main state producing honey in Mexico, said Hector Padilla Gutiérrez, head of the Ministry of Rural Development ( Seder ). In a statement, the also former president of the Mexican Association of Secretaries of Agricultural Development (AMSDA), reported...
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Mexico City : The Mexican government is confident that a new North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) with Canada and the US will take place by December. The government of President Enrique Pena Nieto is hoping to sign an updated version of the 1994 trade accord before his six-year term ends on November 30, Xinhua...
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DACA Student under Anti-ICE Terrorism Investigation Chooses Mexico Deportation over Further Disclosure
Rather than face court proceedings that would further disclose why an FBI counterterrorism investigation has targeted him, San Antonio DACA recipient Sergio "Mapache" Salazar chose to take deportation to Mexico instead. The Mexico-born Salazar was brought to the United States when he was two and has lived in San Antonio ever since, and received temporary...
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'Go back to Mexico' remark leads to hate crimes charge
GONZALES, La. — A Louisiana man has been booked on hate crimes charges after he told a woman in a store to "go back to Mexico" and then attacked her parents, according to police. Police said 60-year-old Robert Ray, of Donaldsonville, approached the 19-year-old woman and made the comment at a store Friday. When her...
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Online Journalism Awards go to innovative news media in Argentina, Cuba, Mexico and Venezuela
Latin American newsrooms won four big honors at the 2018 Online Journalism Awards, prestigious prizes recognizing excellent digital journalism. Postdata.club , a data journalism site in Cuba, won the General Excellence in Online Journalism award for Micro Newsroom . As noted by the organization itself, it often builds or completes data sets due to the...
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Win by a whisker? Mexican GP organisers hope so
Formula One’s flamboyantly moustachioed chairman Chase Carey will fit right in at next month’s Mexican Grand Prix after organisers announced a partnership with men’s health charity Movember on Monday. The tie-up aims to drive awareness of November’s fund-raising campaign in which men are encouraged to grow moustaches. "Moustaches and Mexico go hand in hand," said...
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