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October 3, 2018
Electricity prices in Mexico could drop by 40% by 2024 because of growing renewable capacity, according to a study released Wednesday by the Mexican Business Coordination Council (CEE), the country’s largest business group. Greater renewable generation capacity could lead to average locational marginal prices in Mexico of $38/MWh in 2024 from $64/MWh in 2017, according...
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Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Wednesday that U.S. President Donald Trump informed him he won’t be coming to his Dec. 1 inauguration and will be sending Vice President Mike Pence instead. During a telephone conversation, Lopez Obrador talked to Trump about plans for development projects in Central America and Mexico aimed at reducing...
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International efforts to help survivors of Indonesia’s devastating earthquake and tsunami gathered pace on Thursday as concern grew for hundreds of thousands with little food and water, six days after disaster struck. Desperate residents on the west coast of Sulawesi island were scavenging for food in farms and orchards as the government struggled to overcome...
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The U.S. Green Building Council ( USGBC ) announces that Greenbuild, the world’s largest green building conference experience, is returning to México City June 18-19, 2019 and taking place at the Hilton Mexico City Reforma. Greenbuild Mexico will be held in conjunction with SUMe Sustentabilidad para México A.C. ( SUMe ) and offer a forum...
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Mexican leader, Trump agree economic development can stem illegal migration
Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he and U.S. President Donald Trump spoke by telephone on Wednesday about boosting economic development in Mexico and Central America in order to stem illegal migration. The phone call came after Mexico, the United States and Canada agreed on a new trilateral trade deal late Sunday, which Lopez...
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A poll “Mexican millennials and housing, what do they want and how do they want to live?” Conducted by Vivanuncios revealed that 42% of young Mexicans returned to their parents’ homes when they decided to become independent for the first time: 37% because they lost their jobs; 32% because they didn’t have the economic resources;...
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taco history
Typically Mexican to prepare and present a large number of dishes, the taco is a benchmark of Mexican cuisine, said renowned chef Alfonso “Poncho” Cadena. The chef, who on October 4 will premiere his program “Los maestros del taco” on the El Gourmet pay channel, made it clear that the taco is the base that...
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Puerto Rico’s governor says a group of private investors plan to install a $130 million underwater fiber-optic cable to boost the island’s telecommunications after Hurricane Maria. Ricardo Rossello said Tuesday that the cable would be installed along the island’s south coast and serve as backup to cables operating on the north coast. Those cables were...
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During fourteen trips between 1993 and 2010, Harvey Stein photographed in Mexico, primarily in small towns and villages and mostly during festivals (Day of the Dead, Easter, Independence Day) that highlight the country’s unique relationship to death, myth, ritual and religion. This book is the definitive expression of Stein’s intimate relationship with the people and...
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Las Coloradas Mexico Really? Does this place exist? Yes, Las Coloradas Yucatan is a real place and very interesting to visit. We love going all around to bring you cool stuff to go see. We have actually been here several times, and this time took video and wanted to introduce you to it. Las Coloradas...
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Mexico’s Poor Farmers Aren’t Expected To Benefit From New Trade Deal
After the North American Free Trade Agreement went into effect in 1994, the U.S. saw large waves of illegal immigration from Mexico as small farmers, or campesinos, found it impossible to compete with heavily subsidized U.S. agriculture industry. “They were sunk from day one,” Duncan Wood, director of the Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute, told KPBS...
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crocodile puerto vallarta
In the style of narcos, the body of a crocodile was found hanging from a tree in Puerto Vallarta with a message stuck in its muzzle. Puerto Vallarta municipal authorities were alerted to the fact by neighbours of the Villas Universidad neighbourhood in Puerto Vallarta. The informants told the municipal police that in a tree,...
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