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September 28, 2018
Meat Market Growth Analysis in Mexico to 2019
Meat Market Analysis The report, "The Future of the Meat Market in Mexico to 2019" provides detailed market and segment level data on the consumption of Meat in Mexico. The report provides historic, forecast and growth patterns by country to 2019. Complete report available @ www.marketreportsonline.com/415599.html . This report delivers an extensive overview of the...
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Mexican ambassador says Canada can still join trade pact after deadline expires
In this April 21, 2008 file photo, national flags of the United States, Canada, and Mexico fly in the breeze in New Orleans. Mexico will continue to support bringing Canada into its trade agreement with the United States even if it fails to reach an agreement by the American-imposed deadline of this weekend, its ambassador...
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Sika is adding strength and capacity to its Mexican product supply chain in the Automotive sector with the opening of a new manufacturing facility in Querétaro, Mexico. The new factory, which includes an integrated logistics center, will manufacture and locally supply Sika’s full range of acoustic treatments and body structural products for the growing number...
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U.S.-Mexico trade deal text to exclude Canada, irritating U.S. lawmakers
By David Lawder The Trump administration is expected to release the text of its trade agreement with Mexico as early as Friday, launching a contentious congressional approval process as it tries to coax Canada into a revamped North American Free Trade Agreement. U.S. lawmakers briefed by U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Thursday said that...
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Salvadoran family finds safety in Asheville, builds new life around grocery
(Photo: Carol Spagnuola/Citizen Times) She spends most days tending a small Latin American grocery in West Asheville, warmly greeting shoppers and curious passersby. For Conchi Molina, a friendly woman in her late 30s who immigrated with her two children to the United States from Central America not long ago, working as a store clerk represents...
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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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Enel completes largest solar project in Mexico, connects 1,089MW to the grid
The site of teh 828MW solar park, Villanueva, before construction began. Credit: EGP Enel Green Power México (EGPM), a subsidiary of Italian power giant Enel, has connected around 1,089MW of solar energy to the grid in Mexico, including the largest solar project in the country. The new capacity includes the Villanueva solar park, which has...
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America’s largest PV plant comes online in Mexico
The Don José solar plant in Guacanajuato, Mexico. Enel Green Power México, the Mexican unit of Italian renewable energy company, Enel Green Power, which is itself a unit of power utility, Enel, has announced that its Villanueva and Don José solar projects in Mexico have now reached final completion, including the expansion phases announced for...
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Sika is adding strength and capacity to its Mexican product supply chain in the Automotive sector with the opening of a new manufacturing facility in Querétaro, Mexico. The new factory, which includes an integrated logistics center, will manufacture and locally supply Sika’s full range of acoustic treatments and body structural products for the growing number...
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A New NAFTA Is Coming. Here's What You Need to Know
NAFTA 2.0 is coming out this week and there’s still a lot of unanswered questions. The U.S. is expected to publish the full text of the new trade pact–set to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement–on Friday. Instead of a trilateral accord, however, the revised trade deal consists of a bilateral agreement between the...
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How Mexico's dwarf wrestlers overcame mockery to become stars
A dwarf fighter gestures during a fight at the Arena Mexico, in Mexico City on September 07, 2018. – "Microstars" is a show that mixes sport, circus and collective catharsis in what Mexicans call "fights". PHOTO | ALFREDO ESTRELLA | AFP He is just 90 centimetres (less than three feet) tall, but he packs muscles,...
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How Trump split Mexico and Canada in NAFTA talks
MEXICO CITY, (Reuters) – A day after winning the Mexican presidential election, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took a congratulatory call from U.S. President Donald Trump. But Trump had something more important on his mind: Would Mexico’s new president consider a bilateral trade deal? Lopez Obrador responded he would be “open to the possibility” in the...
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Mexico: Health, Culture Commissions Stripped From Evangelicals
Sergio Mayer, former singer and soup opera actor, will now head the culture commission on behalf of Morena. | Photo: EFE The health and culture commissions of the Mexican House of Representatives were taken away from the evangelical Social Encounter Party (PES) after protests by artistic and feminist organizations and given back to the National...
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Soybean buyers visit all the way from Mexico
North Dakota farming is one of the most affected areas by the soybean trade war. With soybean harvest underway, a global business is bringing a group of buyers all the way from Mexico to check out the process. "We’ve got them crawling around the combine, hands in the dirt and checking out the soybeans," said...
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The short answer is, “no” Mexico is not really as dangerous as they show in the media in the U.S. Mexico vs US Cities . However, there are several things to keep in mind when looking at crime in Mexico and comparing it to the U.S. Mexico is a fairly large country. As such, there...
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