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Mexico back on Formula 1 calendar

Mexico back on Formula 1 calendar | Mexico | Scoop.it
Mexico returns to the Formula 1 calendar after a 23-year absence in 2015 at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City.
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NAFTA turns 20: Mexico is pact's biggest winner - CBC.ca

NAFTA turns 20: Mexico is pact's biggest winner - CBC.ca | Mexico | Scoop.it
Calgary Herald NAFTA turns 20: Mexico is pact's biggest winner CBC.ca The North American Free Trade Agreement was an important step for all three members, but the evidence points to Mexico — at the time the weak sister in the group that included...
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Mexico moves to open oil resources

Mexico moves to open oil resources | Mexico | Scoop.it
Mexico's Senate approves a measure to open the state-run oil fields to foreign investment for the first time in 75 years.
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Library of Congress Hosts 'A Celebration of Mexico' - Roll Call

Library of Congress Hosts 'A Celebration of Mexico' - Roll Call | Mexico | Scoop.it
Library of Congress Hosts 'A Celebration of Mexico' Roll Call The sepia-toned footage contains rare glimpses of Mexico from a vanished era: Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata entering Mexico City with a throng of troops, a pile of burned corpses, a...
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Monty Python reunion: 10 best sketches - Telegraph

Monty Python reunion: 10 best sketches - Telegraph | Mexico | Scoop.it
From dead parrots to upper class twits: as Monty Python announce plans to reunite, we present their 10 best sketches and quotes
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Sharing knowhow is key to Mexico's long-term growth - Financial Times

Sharing knowhow is key to Mexico's long-term growth - Financial Times | Mexico | Scoop.it
Sharing knowhow is key to Mexico's long-term growth Financial Times That was the response to a column in this space last month, which reported the finding of Harvard University's Ricardo Hausmann that Mexico is better positioned for growth than any...
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PRO MEXICO

PRO MEXICO | Mexico | Scoop.it
Legal reforms underway in Mexico will open new opportunities for private investment in the renewable energy sector. Mexico faces the double challenge of ensuring the energy resources to satisfy an increasing demand for electricity and other fuels and meeting the goals of greenhouse gas emission (GHG) reduction. According to official data presented in the National Energy Strategy 2013-2027, between 2003 and 2012, proven oil reserves decreased by 31% while probable reserves decreased by 27%. Between 2000 and 2011, energy consumption in Mexico increased at an annual average rate of 2%, higher than the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), while primary energy production decreased at an annual rate of 0.3%. Should these trends continue in both energy consumption and production, Mexico could have a structural energy deficit by 2020.
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New Mexico steps up marketing push for culinary tourism

New Mexico steps up marketing push for culinary tourism | Mexico | Scoop.it

"The state Tourism Department has made culinary-themed marketing one of its main focuses this year, according to Tourism Secretary Monique Jacobson. She estimates the state will spend $100,000 this fiscal year on specific food-related advertising, paying for space in magazines such as Saveur but also seeking food-centric news coverage from writers at key publications."


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For fans of Mexico's soccer team, World Cup goal is still alive

For fans of Mexico's soccer team, World Cup goal is still alive | Mexico | Scoop.it
Some blamed bad coaching. Others complained of too many foreign-born players. And still others said a better goalkeeper was needed.
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Google Play Music All Access hits Mexico, Canada jealous in most friendly way possible

Google Play Music All Access hits Mexico, Canada jealous in most friendly way possible | Mexico | Scoop.it
Another week passes, another country gets Google's blessing for its music locker and streaming service. This time out, Google Play Music All Access is

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Mexico's Conservative Party Keeps Leadership

Mexico's Conservative Party Keeps Leadership | Mexico | Scoop.it
Mexico's conservative National Action Party voted Sunday to retain its current leader, holding its first election in which all party members were allowed to select the leadership. Gustavo Madero easily won the contest to remain as chairman of the party, which is one of the three main blocs...
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Mexico unlocks oil production to outsiders

Mexico unlocks oil production to outsiders | Mexico | Scoop.it
Mexico's sacred cow just became a lot less sacred.In 1938, as a reaction against what ...
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Mexico Meets the World, in Superbly-Diverse Mixtapes from Static ...

Mexico Meets the World, in Superbly-Diverse Mixtapes from Static ... | Mexico | Scoop.it
Eclectic and electronic, Mexico's label Static Discos has become a nexus for artists from around the globe. Now, you can tap into that network as a listener, free. The new Dimension Series – a massive collection of free ...
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Mexico Lower House Passes Oil Overhaul to End State Monopoly

Mexico Lower House Passes Oil Overhaul to End State Monopoly | Mexico | Scoop.it
Mexico’s lower house passed an energy bill that ends Petroleos Mexicanos’s 75-year oil monopoly in a bid to attract foreign investment and boost growth.Lawmakers approved the bill in general terms ...
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Mexico to Follow Carbon Tax with Region's First Carbon Offset Market

Mexico to Follow Carbon Tax with Region's First Carbon Offset Market | Mexico | Scoop.it
Mexico's forging ahead on climate change and clean energy even as it looks to open up its oil and gas industry to foreign investors.
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In the Middle of Mexico, a Middle Class Is Rising

In the Middle of Mexico, a Middle Class Is Rising | Mexico | Scoop.it
In Guanajuato, Mexico, foreign investment and local enrichment is creating a young, upwardly mobile middle class.
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5 Ways Mexico Is Outperforming The United States - Huffington Post

5 Ways Mexico Is Outperforming The United States - Huffington Post | Mexico | Scoop.it
5 Ways Mexico Is Outperforming The United States Huffington Post ... Mexico Outperforms United States, Latino Voices News. So much of U.S.
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Fizzy drink 'sin tax' looks likely to go ahead in Mexico - lobbyists make grave errors

Fizzy drink 'sin tax' looks likely to go ahead in Mexico - lobbyists make grave errors | Mexico | Scoop.it
A refreshing new source of tax revenue LA MANSION steakhouse inside Mexico’s lower house of Congress has become the headquarters of a lobbying effort the likes of...

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Interesting article - the lobbysits argued that this tax should be on sugar content across the board, not just fizzy dirnks, thereby angering the likes of Nestle and powerful sugar cane producers.

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Down and out, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg heads to Mexico - Washington Times

Down and out, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg heads to Mexico - Washington Times | Mexico | Scoop.it
Down and out, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg heads to Mexico Washington Times While the country of Mexico does have the highest per-capita rate of soda drinkers, the reality is that Mexico has much bigger hurdles to overcome: drug use, gangs,...
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Mexico swoons and Brazil rallies in response to US shutdown - Christian Science Monitor

Mexico swoons and Brazil rallies in response to US shutdown - Christian Science Monitor | Mexico | Scoop.it
Christian Science Monitor Mexico swoons and Brazil rallies in response to US shutdown Christian Science Monitor The US government shutdown is rippling across Latin America, seesawing regional economies as markets and analysts take toll of the...
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