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September 27, 2018
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FILE- In this July 17, 2017 file photo, Mexico’s former Veracruz state Gov. Javier Duarte, center, is escorted by police to an aircraft as he is extradited to Mexico City, at an Air Force base in Guatemala City. Mexican prosecutors said Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018, that Duarte pleaded guilty to charges of organized crime and...
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Mexico City’s Cocktail Game is Strong
Mexico City is layered. And I mean that literally, as the modern city sits atop an Aztec city that was once the biggest and most vibrant in the pre-Columbian Americas, and all of it is sitting atop the remnants of Lake Texcoco, which was drained in the 17th century (a situation with serious present-day ramifications...
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Mexico ready to proceed with bilateral US-trade deal; Canada may join: negotiator
Mexico’s Port of Veracruz, with vehicles assembled for shipment (AFP Photo/VICTORIA RAZO) New York (AFP) – Mexico is prepared to advance a bilateral trade agreement with the United States that Canada could join within the next few weeks, a top Mexican negotiator for the North American Free Trade Agreement said Wednesday. Kenneth Smith Ramos said...
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New Choice deal will open 20 Sleep Inn hotels in Mexico
Photo credit: Jose Carlos Macouzet Espinosa Choice Hotels Mexico, a subsidiary of Choice Hotels International, has signed an exclusive multiunit agreement with SI Operaciones, a Mexican private equity fund, to develop 20 new-construction Sleep Inn hotels over the next five years. The agreement is expected to add 2,000 rooms in top markets, like Mexico City...
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Mexico’s New President Needs a Better Solution to Criminal Violence
When Andrés Manuel López Obrador takes office as Mexico’s president in December, his biggest challenge will be to stanch the escalating problem of criminal violence. Last year, there were a record-breaking 25,339 murders in Mexico. Armed criminal groups and militias undermine security, particularly in the areas where the illegal drug trade dominates the economy. Local...
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President Trump's tough stance on trade forces Mexico, Canada to make choices
Lighthizer said the timetable for the new deal was set up so Pena Nieto can approve it before he leaves office on November 30 – an arrangement that’s acceptable to Lopez Obrador. Mr Trump once again complained about Canada’s controlled dairy market, although his comments referred to tariffs that do not apply to U.S. products....
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China’s Nexen Prepares To Pull Out Of U.S. Gulf Of Mexico
Chinese energy company Nexen, a unit of CNOOC, is preparing to pull out of the United States amid rising trade tensions, Reuters reports , citing three unnamed sources with knowledge of the company’s plans. Canada-based Nexen became part of CNOOC back in 2013, with the Chinese company paying over US$15 billion. The acquisition gave it...
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NAFTA's not dead yet for Canada if U.S.-Mexico deal moves ahead
The Trump administration is set to push forward a Mexico-only NAFTA update — but that doesn’t mean Canada is out of luck. Officials from Washington and Ottawa remain at loggerheads in trade talks despite weeks of face-to-face negotiations to update the North American Free Trade Agreement and keep it as a three-country deal. The impasse...
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"At Choice Hotels, international expansion and multi-unit development are key pillars of our growth strategy. We are actively seeking new opportunities to increase our presence in strategic markets and our agreement with SI Operaciones will allow us to do just that," said Mark Pearce, senior vice president, international division, Choice Hotels. "Choice Hotels is well...
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Big wave surfer found dead from apparent drowning two weeks after disappearing in Mexico
A well-known big wave surfer from California was found dead two weeks after he went missing in Mexico, his family confirmed. The body of 39-year-old Adam Francis D’Esposito was found by Mexican officials in Baja Malibu near Rosarito earlier this month. A coroner determined the cause of death of was drowning, his sister told FOX...
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Aviation authorities in Mexico say 29 people were hurt and 12 of them hospitalized after an airliner hit a pocket of turbulence. The Airbus A320 was on a flight from the western city of Guadalajara to the border city of Tijuana late Wednesday. The flight operated by the airline Volaris hit the turbulence at an...
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crocodile puerto vallarta
A crocodile attacked a tourist on a beach at a luxury hotel in Puerto Vallarta, local media reported. The woman is approximately 30 years old and was attacked by the crocodile around 23:40 when the young woman was walking along the beach. Municipal authorities arrived at the scene but the tourist had already been seen...
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0 HAMILTON — Maribel Trujillo Diaz, the Fairfield mother of four who was deported to Mexico 17 months ago, has been reunited with her family, her legal team announced Monday. She will be able to remain in the country until a hearing in Cleveland that likely will happen next summer. Maribel, who goes by Trujillo...
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Celebrating 55 Years Nourishing Lives Inside Mexico and Beyond
Coliman, a global leader in organic banana production and proud Mexican family business, celebrates 55 years of nourishing lands, people and customers. Established in Tecoman, Colima, Mexico in 1963, Coliman is one of the largest Fairtrade certified organic banana growers in Latin America. They are also much more. Coliman is supported by a robust set...
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SAO PAULO/MEXICO CITY, Sept 26 (Reuters) – Brazil and Mexico’s currencies firmed on Wednesday after the U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates and left intact plans to steadily tighten monetary policy, while strong polling by a market-friendly Brazilian presidential candidate helped lift the real. Brazil’s real currency strengthened almost 1.3 percent after the poll by...
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