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September 18, 2018
Damaged buildings, graft haunt Mexico City year after quake
Throughout Mexico City, uninhabited buildings with gaping cracks lean at precarious angles and some displaced people are still living outdoors a year after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake killed 228 people in the capital and 141 more in nearby states. Bureaucracy and physical and legal hurdles have delayed demolition of hundreds of tottering structures. In other...
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Gov't says cooperation with Mexico remains excellent
BILATERAL relations between Jamaica and Mexico have fostered excellent cooperation across a wide range of areas critical to national development in the two countries. “Our ties in trade, investment and tourism continue to be strong. Both trade and investments have shown healthy increases,” said Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Pearnel...
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Ag department seeking Md. producers for trade show in Mexico
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Agriculture is seeking local food producers to participate in Expo ANTAD & Alimentaria from March 5 to 7, 2019, in Guadalajara, Mexico. The trade show is dedicated to food products in Mexico and is recognized as a gateway to entering into the Mexican market. In partnership with the Southern...
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Clean label and free from claims trend in Mexico as R&D efforts intensify
18 Sep 2018 — Clean label, free from and GMO-free claims continue to trend in Mexico, as the food sector enjoys strong growth, spurring strong research and development in this dynamic sector. The new product data comes as the food industry from Mexico and beyond prepares for the FoodTech Summit & Expo, which will take...
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Mexico’s state-run operator Telecomm has started selling capacity on its existing Morelos 3 satellite to raise funds for a new satellite project, reports El Economista, citing the head of the country’s Ministry of Communications and Transport (SCT) Edgar Olvera. After analysing 12 different scenarios to provide support to the Morelos 3, the ministry decided to...
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Why Mexico’s Next President is No Friend of Migrants
Salvadoran refugees Josue Flores Rivera and Jaquelinn Madrid Mendoza. Photo: Tamara Pearson. When it comes to immigration and refugees, Mexico’s progressive president elect, Andres Lopez Obrador, has more in common with US president Donald Trump than you’d expect. While the world watches on as the US deports refugees and immigrants and locks up children, Mexico...
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Lilia Soto can remember her childhood experience of migrating to the United States in the 1980s and the anxiety associated with having to live and learn a new culture and being separated from family. Soto, a University of Wyoming associate professor of American studies and Latina/o studies, was born in Napa, Calif., but raised in...
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Araceli Guadalupe Mendieta Vazquez, who has a masters in Agronomic Sciences from the Autonomous University of Aguascalientes, carried out a research project to graft Chili and potatoes, which belong to the Solanaceae family. According to Mendieta Vazquez, the great majority of grafts between plants in the world is carried out between tomatoes and eggplants; however,...
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Just Back From: Mexico City
Maya Stanton From cutting-edge museums and fine dining to street-side taco stands and hyper-colorful graffiti, Mexico’s capital has something for everyone. When a friend suggested a trip for her banner-year birthday, we needed a destination that was reasonably priced, close enough for a short visit, and, in early September, warm enough to make us forget...
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Network alliance expands Discover reach at ATM, POS locations in Mexico
Discover Financial Services and Promoción y Operación S.A. de C.V., a payment solutions provider and domestic payments network in Mexico, have formed a strategic network alliance to expand Discover Global Network acceptance in Mexico. Discover, Diners Club International, Pulse and network affiliate cards will now be accepted on Prosa’s network in Mexico at POS and...
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Culiacan, Mexico, Sep 18 (AFP) Diego Maradona won big in his Mexican coaching debut Monday, as the Argentine legend’s new club, Dorados, routed fellow second-division side Cafetaleros 4-1. Maradona has raised eyebrows with his decision to coach the struggling team from Culiacan, Sinaloa, in the heart of Mexican drug cartel country. But he was all...
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