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November 2, 2018

News: News and information for by PVDN

Tropical Storm Xavier has formed off the Pacific Coast of the Mexican State and is moving toward the east-northeast near 8 mph (13 km/h). A slower motion toward the northeast and then north is expected through the weekend, followed by a turn toward the northwest and west early next week. Maximum sustained winds have increased to...
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After three grueling weeks walking along highways and hitching rides in pickups and flatbed trucks, thousands of Central American migrants traveling in a caravan through southern Mexico learned Friday that they would soon be leapfrogging ahead to the nation’s capital in buses. As the caravan crossed into the Gulf coast state of Veracruz, Gov. Miguel...
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Expat911 is a smartphone app that was designed by expats for expats. It is a service that covers you for all types of emergencies when at home, on the road or out for a night on the town. It utilizes GPS location services which allow the operators to target your exact location. Many of us...
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On Friday, November 2, the application of the new public transportation fare for Puerto Vallarta began, which went from 7.5 to 10 pesos, after the Tariff Commission in the state capital approved the new transport costs. The new rate is applied in the midst of user complaints and commitments by UnibusPV, the company in charge...
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Hilton Hotels & Resorts recently opened ‘The Hacienda,’ a new adults-only section of its Hilton Puerto Vallarta resort dedicated to providing travelers looking to disconnect and enjoy a hard-earned vacation with a secluded ‘no kids allowed’ zone. While Hilton Puerto Vallarta is known for its family-friendly approach, The Hacienda section is a playground for romance...
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Investor confidence in Mexico was rattled last week after the president-elect abandoned a US$13bn airport project, raising fears that policy direction may soon take a more populist bent. The US$6bn bonds that helped fund the project slipped multiple points after a four-day consultation that resulted in Mexicans voting in favour of refurbishing existing airports instead....
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When Mexico’s Supreme Court makes a ruling, that doesn’t resolve the issues. The next step is for the Supreme Court to notify Mexico’s Congress of their decision and Congress will have 90-days to write legislation supporting the court’s ruling. The Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) granted two more appeals on the use...
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