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  • AT&T being enticed by Carlos Slim and America Movil

    AT&T being enticed by Carlos Slim and America Movil

    Por: Brenda Colón   |   Hace 2 horas

    Sale of shares to AT&T estimated at more than 17 billion dollars

    MEXICO.- With the passage of the new Telecomm Law in Mexico, America Movil, the company owned by billionaire Carlos Slim, will be forced to sell part of its shares in order to not become a target for sanctions. Under the new law, "dominant agents" in the industry are subject to sanctions and other restrictions. According to Bloomberg, U.S. company AT&T will acquire part of the shares sold off...

  • Tijuana-Tecate Railway Modernization Project Commences

    Tijuana-Tecate Railway Modernization Project Commences

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 8 horas

    Up to 300 million Pesos to be invested in next few months

    TIJUANA.- Baja California's governor and other government officials participated in the groundbreaking of a project that will modernize and renovate the Tijuana-Tecate railroad. The project will require an investment of up to 300 million pesos (around $28 million U.S.) VIDEO : Inauguration of the Tijuana-Tecate railroad. ...

  • Get Ready to Be Terrorized in Tijuana

    Get Ready to Be Terrorized in Tijuana

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 19 horas

    A truly haunted house will open its doors to visitors

    TIJUANA.- With October just around the corner, Tijuana's traditional haunted houses are starting to open up shop threatening to frighten man and women alike. This year, a new attraction in the horror category has been added to the city's repertoire and promises to bring out the screaming child in all of us: Panic Room , is a tour through three stories of a more than 50 year old...

  • Dollar Restriction Eliminated Along Northern Border

    Dollar Restriction Eliminated Along Northern Border

    Por: Brenda Colón   |   Hace 20 horas

    Companies will need to comply with some requisites

    REYNOSA.- President Enrique Peña Nieto announced that the government will be loosening dollar restrictions, thus removing the 14 thousand monthly dollar limit for companies. The measure was announced this Friday in the Official Diary of the Federation, argumenting that this would be a better way to combat money laundering and will not affect businesses or companies that are honeest. ...

  • Six Things To Avoid During the Hot Weather

    Six Things To Avoid During the Hot Weather

    Por: José Luis Sánchez   |   Hace 1 día

    Ice cream, ceiling fans, and iced coffee aren't going to make you cooler

    TIJUANA.- With the weather only getting hotter in the next few days, , it is a good opportunity to tell you about all of the things you've been doing wrong when trying to deal with the heat, especially for lack of an air conditioning unit. 1.- Fans are to be used to cool off people, not a room. Fans don't make rooms colder, that is what air conditioners are for. Many commit the...

  • Baja Governor Request Expedited and Secure Completion of Tijuana-Ensenada Road

    Baja Governor Request Expedited and Secure Completion of Tijuana-Ensenada Road

    Por: SanDiegoRed.Com   |   Hace 2 días

    Wants the road to be reoponed as quickly and safely as possible

    MEXICALI.- Baja California Governor, Francisco Vega de La Madrid met with federal officials from the Secretary of Communications and Transportation (SCT) and the Federal Highways and Bridges (CAPUFE) department (the department in charge of administering toll roads), to discuss the technical reasons why the repair work done to the collapsed portion of the Tijuana-Ensenada toll road does not pass...

  • Initiative to Split California into Six States Fails

    Initiative to Split California into Six States Fails

    Por: José Luis Sánchez Macías   |   Hace 2 días

    Not enough valid signatures were obtained to put it on the ballot

    CALIFORNIA.- Tim Draper, a Silicon Valley investor, organized a campaign to divide California in six different states , an initiative which he thought would receive enough signatures to be considered by the Secretary of State and put to a vote in 2016. But, the Secretary of State said, that it did not , and his attempt to obtain enough valid signatures to get it on an electoral ballot...

  • Animal Abuse May Become Criminal Act in Baja California

    Animal Abuse May Become Criminal Act in Baja California

    Por: Brenda Colón   |   Hace 3 días

    The Law will be put to a vote before Baja State Congress

    BAJA CALIFORNIA.- This week, a proposed new penal code statute may be added to Baja California state law, establishing that the punishment for those found guilty of abusing an animal could be up to three years in prison and a fine of 100 minumum salaries. The new law was proposed by Green Party representative Fausto Gallardo Garcia, who emphasized that a culture of respect and care for...

  • Shut Down All Ports  Protest Doesn t Receive Much Support

    "Shut Down All Ports" Protest Doesn't Receive Much Support

    Por: José Luis Sánchez   |   Hace 3 días

    But, Organizers haven't called off plans yet

    UNITED STATES. A couple of weeks ago, a coalition of anti-immigrant groups have announced plans to block 25 ports of entry with Mexico on September 20th, and invite thousands to participate in the protest. The protest also supports the cause of the former marine who is detained in Mexico after entering the country via Tijuana with a small arsenal of weapons and ammo, It doesn't look as...

  • Projects in Tijuana, Tecate, Rosarito, and San Felipe to Attract More Tourism

    Projects in Tijuana, Tecate, Rosarito, and San Felipe to Attract More Tourism

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 3 días

    Some are already underway, and others are in the works

    TIJUANA.- A total of 3.5 billion pesos will be invested in Baja California in infrastructure projects this year, and as of now the State of Baja California has already invested a little over 2.5 billion pesos. These infrastructure projects will help spur economic development and tourism in the region, according to Manuel Guevara Morales, the Secretary of Infastructure and Urban Development for...