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August 2012 - Posts

A recent report by Bloomberg Businessweek reported Carlos Guzman , head of the nation’s investment promotion agency informed that Mexico will boost annual auto output by 1 million vehicles within three years, a 38 percent jump from last year, as Read More...
Good news for investors in Mexico as a recent article by Wall Street Journal established the fact that while other markets are hitting low, Mexican stocks are on an upward move . Following are the highlights from the article: Mexico's IPC stock-market Read More...
Mexico is USA's major economic and cultural partner. Mexico is also the favorite destination for tourists from USA. With major traffic coming from USA, many news flights to Mexico have been announced in recent months. Talks are on between John Wayne Read More...
The second annual “ Festival of Caribbean Culture ” awaits all Playa del Carmen MLS zone owners for fun, food and fiesta. The event which is a festival celebrating dance, artwork and food from all over the Caribbean for residents to experience Read More...
According to a report published in Houston Chronicle, the Mexican government plans to invest $8 billion to expand its natural gas pipeline system that could be fueled by the South Texas and Eagle Ford plays in the United States. The U.S. Energy Department Read More...
‘ No distance is too long ’ and this statement has been justified by the increased number of Korean visitors to the Caribbean. Official record released by the Mexican Tourism Board show that there has been 15.3 percent increase in the number Read More...
Mexico's largest airline Aeromexico placed a provisional order with Boeing (BA) which is being termed as ‘ the biggest aircraft investment by a Mexican airline in the country's history. ’ The order amounting to $11 billion was placed Read More...
Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History announced the discovery of 2,500-year-old chocolate on a plate in the Yucatan peninsula. This is for the first time that ancient chocolate residue was found on a plate rather than a cup, suggesting Read More...
To relieve the residents of Fort McMurray and Grande Prairie from a cold and hard Christmas, Sunwing Airlines is ready to take their flights off to one of the most popular vacation destinations, the Riviera Maya MLS zone. “We are very pleased to Read More...
A report by the Associated Press stated that a pile of 1,789 human bones surrounding the skeleton of a young woman was discovered by Mexican archaeologists in Mexico City’s Templo Mayor. The burial was found about five meters (15 feet) below the Read More...
The 25th Annual Cancun Travel Mart Mexico Summit is scheduled for October 15-17, 2012 at the Cancun Convention Center. The event is organized to bring together buyers of leisure travel services from global markets to Cancun in Riviera Maya MLS zone and Read More...
U.S. carmaker General Motors Co. is making an investment of $120 million in a plant in the central state of San Luis Potosi to produce the Chevrolet Trax. A further $200 million would head to the Silao plant in Guanajuato state, where work on a new generation Read More...
The Agave Landscape and Ancient Industrial Facilities of Tequila have retained its designation as a World Heritage Site. The status was in cloud of doubts due to pollution and mismanagement affecting the area but the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Read More...
A fossilized man believed to be 1,300-year-old remains of a Mayan prince has been unearthed in the ancient city of Uxul, near the Guatemalan border. Researchers have estimated the age of the prince at the time of death to be around 20 to 25 years. The Read More...