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Mexico will maintain a stable economic outlook in 2018 even if the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is dismantled or Andrés Manuel López Obrador wins the presidency. That’s the FULL STORY The post Stability with AMLO, without NAFTA: S&P appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Getting a license to legally drive on the chaotic streets of Mexico City was long a matter of just showing up at a licensing office with the correct documents, signing FULL STORY The post Drivers will be tested in CDMX next year appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Eight gas stations in the west-central Bajío region are the first in Mexico to sell fuel that doesn’t come from the state oil company, Pemex. The newly-opened Mobil stations are FULL STORY The post 8 new Mobil stations open in Bajío region appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
A young man who suffered serious burns in a protest in Chiapas three years ago is now seeking state support for his medical costs. Agustín Gómez Pérez was one of FULL STORY The post State aid sought for Chiapas burn victim appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
More aid is arriving for displaced Tzotzil people of Chalchihuitán, Chiapas, after a roadblock was lifted Tuesday. An estimated 5,000 people have been forced to flee their homes during the FULL STORY The post ‘Atmosphere of terror’ in Chiapas: church appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
The rice industry is one of the most emblematic of the small state of Morelos but it too was a victim of the powerful September 19 earthquake that devastated parts of FULL STORY The post Damage to rice mill hurts Morelos growers appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Whatever happens with the United States with regard to its free trade agreement with Mexico and tax reform, the three special economic zones (SEZs) in southeastern Mexico remain “an overwhelming opportunity” FULL STORY The post Despite US tax cut, SEZs more attractive appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
A 100-strong, all-female state police unit in Guerrero will focus its efforts on fighting violence against women and children. The state government created the Gender Police Unit (Unidad Policial de FULL STORY The post All-women police unit formed in Guerrero appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Analyzing 100,000 bone fragments of suspected murder victims of organized crime is no easy task, authorities in the northern state of Coahuila have discovered. Torreón-based Grupo Vida, an organization formed FULL STORY The post 100,000 bone pieces but only 19 identified appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
A 1-billion-peso investment (over US $53 million) by the Japanese firm Sekisui Chemical in its Jiutepec, Morelos, plant will bump its production capacity by 68%. The addition of a third FULL STORY The post Production up 68% at Morelos parts plant appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Monolithic homes have arrived in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in Oaxaca in response to the need to house thousands of victims of the September earthquakes. They also respond to another FULL STORY The post Quake victims choose monolithic house appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights called on lawmakers to reject the controversial Internal Security Law (LSI) yesterday, describing the legislation that would enshrine the role of the FULL STORY The post Reject security law: UN commissioner appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
German conglomerate Siemens anticipates investing more than one billion pesos (US $53.3 million) on the training and development of Mexican engineers and technicians who specialize in the digital sector, a FULL STORY The post Siemens announces 1bn-peso investment appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Rising levels of violence in Quintana Roo this year have forced Cancún business owners to allocate around 30% of their total expenditures to security measures, according to the local president FULL STORY The post Security costing more for Cancún businesses appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
The Liverpool department store chain has been pressed to withdraw a product it sold as stuffed Mexican rag dolls after consumers revealed the products were cheap Chinese knock-offs. Called Muñecas FULL STORY The post Withdraw fake dolls, Liverpool store urged appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
The United States will fund restoration work at a Mayan archaeological site in Palenque, Chiapas, to the tune of US $500,000. The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) and FULL STORY The post US funding will aid Palenque restoration appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Train robberies have soared by more than seven times this year, the Rail Transport Regulatory Agency (ARTF) has reported, with a sharp spike recorded in the most recently completed quarter. FULL STORY The post Train robberies soared 7-fold in third quarter appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Mexican pharmaceutical firm Genomma Lab International is preparing to start operations in its new México state manufacturing plant next week. The drug manufacturer and distributor bought the facility in Toluca FULL STORY The post Drug firm’s plant set to begin operations appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
The peninsular pronghorn, an animal that occupies a niche between deer and goats, remains in danger of extinction in Baja California but a 20-year preservation program to ensure the survival FULL STORY The post Peninsula pronghorn sees recovery in Baja appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) will take its World Questions series to Mexico City tomorrow, co-sponsoring an English-language debate on the country’s political and economic future. The international series, which FULL STORY The post BBC debate comes to Mexico this week appeared first on Mexico News Daily.