What’s Happening to all the Starfish?

Scientists are making some headway in figuring out what is killing millions of sea stars in the waters off the Pacific coast, from British Columbia...
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Infrastructure and Energy Plans to Boost Growth in Mexico

Mexican GDP will “accelerate” towards 4.3% next year, partly because of infrastructure and energy plans detailed by the government this week, analysts say.Get our news...
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Mexico is a World Leader in Paper Recycling

Mexico is one of the world leaders in paper recycling, ranked sixth above nations like Germany, Spain and the UK , according to statistics from...
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Mexico votes to allow civilian trials for soldiers

Mexican lawmakers on Wednesday approved legislation that would allow soldiers accused of committing crimes against non-military personnel to be tried in civilian courts.Get our news...
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Medical Tourism to Double Throughout Latin American Over the Next 2 Years

The Global Wellness Tourism Congress (GWTC), a division of the Global Wellness Institute (GWI) focused on charting the growth of the rapidly growing wellness travel...
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Mexico Lays out Energy Reform Rules

The Mexican government is proposing bidding-based rules for the opening of its state-owned oil and energy industry, saying contracts and production licenses will be put...
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International Community Vow to Protect Natural Habitat of Mexico’s Monarch Butterflies

Year after year, millions of North American monarch butterflies make their way on a 3,000-mile journey from locations across Canada and the United States to...
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Mexico raises infrastructure spending target

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto on Monday raised his goal for infrastructure spending to 7.7 trillion pesos ($587 billion) by 2018, in a bid to...
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Next Two Weeks to Bring “Revolutionary” Opportunities in Mexico’s Oil and Gas Sectors

“All Eyes On Mexico,” reads the latest headline from Forbes covering Mexico’s landmark energy reform legislation, which passed in late 2013 and will be finalized...
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Zonkey Born In Mexico Zoo

A zonkey, a rare cross between a zebra and a donkey, has been born at a zoo in northern Mexico.Get our news delivered to your...
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Pemex chief touts Mexico’s energy reform in Washington visit

While energy reforms have opened the door for Mexico’s state-run energy company to expand overseas, its focus for now will be on developing its “low-hanging...
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British Grant to Boost Science Research in Mexico

In a major boost to science and technology research in developing countries, including India, the British government has launched a five-year, $630 million fund to...
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