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Mexico’s tax to digital economy: temporary block for infringing companies
The original initiative was to turn off the switch for tax infringing digital companies, like Google and Facebook, a measure that would cause an economic loss of over MXN $6 billion per day
Billionaire Carlos Slim's major investment plans in Mexico
Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim said that infrastructure investments, including real estate and energy, will total over MXN $100 billion if his company is awarded contracts on the administration’s major projects
AMLO vows wage increases to ensure USMCA ratification
Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador vowed wage increases and funding for the implementation of labor reforms as part of a campaign to convince U.S. Democratic lawmakers to ratify a new North American trade deal
AMLO supports release of El Chapo’s son
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador defended security forces over their handling of a shocking outbreak of drug violence in Culiacán, Sinaloa, saying they had saved lives by releasing Ovidio Guzmán, son of jailed kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, after his bungled arrest
El Chapo's son was captured then freed after shootout in Culiacán, Sinaloa
Presumed cartel members apparently intercepted a radio frequency used by security forces, one video showed, warning of reprisals against soldiers if Ovidio Guzmán was not freed
El Chapo’s son arrested in Culiacán, Sinaloa
Officers of Sinaloa’s State Attorney General’s Office arrested Ovidio Guzmán, one of the sons of Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán
Mexico deports over 300 Indian migrants
Mexico’s National Migration Institute performed an unprecedented transatlantic deportation of Indian nationals following a deal to curb U.S.-bound migration
Iguala massacre sparks questions over use of force
Security experts and human rights groups, mindful of the lopsided deaths in some incidents between the military and civilians under the prior government, have doubts regarding whether the armed forces used excessive force in the clash
Santa Lucía International Airport to operate in 2021
Despite the legal hurdles that paralyzed the project, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said the construction of the new airport would start this Thursday
Oro Negro, the company accusing Pemex of corruption
Oro Negro is in a legal battle against Pemex where they claim that the state oil company violated the contracts they signed because they refused to pay bribes
English Dreamy alebrijes will take over Mexico City's main square
Mexican student creates self-regenerating rubber pavement
English He won first place of the James-Dyson-Mexico competition
Celebrate the Day of the Dead 2019 in Mexico City
English These are all the events and parades taking place in Mexico to celebrate the Day of the Dead 2019!
Alfonso Cuarón to create exclusive content for Apple TV+
English Apple TV+ launches on November 1
English The promenade will take place on October 26
Emiliano Zapata: An ofrenda for the revolutionary and champion of agrarianism
English Every year, the UNAM sets up a series of ofrendas to commemorate the Day of the Dead
NGO helps female inmates through knitting
English The majority of female inmates are abandoned by their families
Shake Shack to open its second location in Mexico
English Shake Shack will open its first restaurant in Mexico City on June 27!
Mexico’s stunning El Cielo Biosphere Reserve
English It was declared UNESCO’s World Heritage Site in 1986
English Sofía Cancino was also the first Mexican woman to conduct an orchestra
The environmental impact of the Maya civilization
English They turned tropical forests into wetlands for water management
F1 Mexican Grand Prix wins Leaders Sports Award
English Mexican GP has taken place for five years