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Tequila Crisis Lessons Learned Before QE Unwind: Mexico Credit
A tropical storm warning was in effect for Punta el Lagarto to Tuxpan, Mexico. Photo Credit: NBC 6 South Florida Mexico City mayor under fire over disappearances of 12
Miguel Angel Mancera mishandled the case of the missing bar patrons, critics say. The incident and others have sparked debate about crime in Mexico's capital. MEXICO CITY — Miguel Angel Mancera, the former top prosecutor in Mexico's capital, rode his crime-fighting reputation to the mayor's office, promising voters a superior level of safety as the cornerstone of a revitalized metropolis. Un-Cruise Adventures Debuts Four New Adventure Cruise Itineraries in Mexico’s Sea of Cortés
Inaugural season savings of $400 travel credit per couple on Mexico cruises. Beginning in December 2013, Un-Cruise Adventures’ 64-guest Safari Voyager will offer four new Mexico cruise itineraries in the marine-life rich waters of the Sea of Cortés. (PRWeb June 19, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10847118.htm Manchester United Signs Sponsorship with INVEX Bank, Mexico
English Premier League champions, Manchester United have signed a four year sponsorship with Mexican banking group, INVEX. Brazil 2-0 Mexico: Star man Neymar the match-winner again
The forward gave Barcelona fans another tantalising taste of what to expect with a great goal and assist to decide the match in the Selecao's favour Italy and Mexico fans watch match at Maracana stadium
Mexican and Italian fans arrived at Rio's Maracana stadium in bright costumes and high spirits ahead of their Confederations Cup match. Mexico fans outside the Maracana stadium. Credit: Reuters Italy fans hold up their tickets before the match. iZettle breaks out of Europe, bringing its mobile payments service to Mexico
Sweden's iZettle is now at Square's doorstep thanks to help from Banco Santander. The company has updated its credit card reader for the North American market. Could a push into the U.S. be far behind? Mexico Statistics Institute: Not Middle Class Yet
Mexico's official statistics institute says the nation isn't a middle-class country quite yet Mexico in the middle? Slowly, more people leave the lower class.
Some 39 percent of the Mexican population, or 44 million people, is now considered middle class.