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  • Mexico City Airport implements Anti-Ebola Measures

    Mexico City Airport implements Anti-Ebola Measures

    Por: EFE   |   Hace 9 horas

    Security protocols have been put in place

    MEXICO.- Mexico City’s international airport representatives have announced that they are prepared for any contingency that may arise should anyone be diagnosed with Ebola as a result of the outbreak that started in western Africa. The airport has announced that it is spreading the message and bringing social awareness to passengers of the outbreak, and has installed various informational...

  • Tijuana and San Diego will be represented at World Economic Forum in Geneva this month

    Tijuana and San Diego will be represented at World Economic Forum in Geneva this month

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 17 horas

    The visit is part of the Global Shapers Community meeting

    The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world through public and private cooperation. One of the organization’s platforms is the Global Shapers Community, whereby so-called “Global Shaper Hubs” are established in cities around the world, comprised of young leaders between 20 and 30 years old who want to develop their...

  • U.S. Travel Advisory Doesn’t Surprise Baja

    U.S. Travel Advisory Doesn’t Surprise Baja

    Por: Brenda Colón Navar   |   Hace 1 día

    Tourists can travel safely

    ROSARITO BEACH.- One of the topics discussed by the Baja California Image Committee yesterday was an alert put out by the United States Department of State advising against travel to the state of Baja California. Baja tourism authorities have indicated that there is nothing to fear and tourists can safely visit the region. Mariano Escobedo, Director of International Relations for the State...

  • Majority of Politicians in Michoacan are Knight’s Templar Members

    Majority of Politicians in Michoacan are Knight’s Templar Members

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 4 días

    This according to an outspoken Pastor that wears a bulletproof vest during mass

    MICHOACAN.- Father Gregorio Lopez, one of Michoacan’s most outspoken pastors when it comes to the crisis Michoacan is suffering through, claims that the government and government corruption is to blame for the level of insecurity in the state, brought on by drug traffickers. How can it be combated if, according to him, 90% of the state’s politicians are associated with the so-called Knight...

  • Closure of Beach Near Baja Malibu and Playa Blanca

    Closure of Beach Near Baja Malibu and Playa Blanca

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 4 días

    Sparked by Health Concerns Related to Water Contamination

    TIJUANA.- The beach at the southern limits of Tijuana and near- northern limit of Rosarito, –– directly in front of the Playa Blanca and Baja Malibu residential communities–– has been closed off pending an inspection by Tijuana’s Health and Safety department. According to a report released today by Frontera, an urgent meeting will take place on Tuesday, August 19th, in order to address the...

  • Mexico is the number one foreign source of intellectual capital in Silicon Valley

    Mexico is the number one foreign source of intellectual capital in Silicon Valley

    Por: Jose Luis Sánchez Macías   |   Hace 4 días

    Topping India, Japan, and Germany

    UNITED STATES.- Bloomberg Businessweek published a very interesting graph a couple of months ago, that almost went unnoticed by us! The graph details where Silicon Valley’s intellectual capital mainly originates from, and the results are quite interesting and exciting for those of us who believe Tijuana, Baja California and Mexico are on the path to becoming a technological powerhouse. ...

  • Mexicans should earn $548 pesos a day, according to a Senator

    Mexicans should earn $548 pesos a day, according to a Senator

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 1 semana

    Current minimum wage doesn’t cover basic basket of goods

    MEXICO.- The cost of the basic basket –– the set of basic foodstuffs sufficient for a person so survive on –– and other necessary services (which are considered luxuries in economic terms) such as education, transportation, and housing, are increasing at a rate that is disproportionate to income received by millions of Mexicans that must survive on the minimum wage. This is according to Miguel...

  • New Migrant Law has been passed in Baja California

    New Migrant Law has been passed in Baja California

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 1 semana

    Congresswoman Laura Torres explains the new benefits

    MEXICALI.- With unanimous approval, the Protection of Rights and Migrant Support law has been passed by Baja California’s Congress. Representative Laura Torres has called on state authorities and municipal authorities to put in place public policies that respect individual rights of migrants, and which don’t discriminate against repatriated Mexican nationals or migrants in transit. The...

  • Mexican users are Carlos Slim’s cash cows for operations around the world

    Mexican users are Carlos Slim’s cash cows for operations around the world

    Por: Jose Luis Sánchez Macías   |   Hace 1 semana

    Slim charges Mexican subscribers twice as much as foreigners

    MEXICO.- El Financiero recently published an analysis related to America Movil’s various operations around the world in comparison to Mexico. The telecom conglomerate owned by Carlos Slim, which is the parent company of Mexico’s Telcel, obtains more earnings per client in Mexico than in other country for the same service. The report indicates that this is primarily due to the lack of...

  • Historic Drought in California

    Historic Drought in California

    Por: José Luis Sánchez Macías   |   Hace 1 semana

    The most severe in the record books

    CALIFORNIA. - The North American Drought Monitor published its report on the monthly rain levels and water reserve levels in the state, and the results are not promising -58% percent of the state is dryer than ever. In July, the monitor showed that the majority of the state is experiencing record drought levels. It doesn’t appear as though there is much relief in sight, unless a...