Due to the government’s dependence on oil income, México hedges its crude every year
Faced with serious problems affecting México’s penitentiary system, one response of the state has been to promote the privatization and “accreditation” of prisons.
Some mayors in Oaxaca are telling their teachers to return to school or they will be replaced.
No cases of zika or chikungunya have been reported in Sinaloa.
The price of Magna gasoline will rise two centavos beginning September 1st.
Channel 9 Oaxaca has for the last five days had programing to teach preschoolers and elementary the basics of Spanish and mathematics.
In the states of Chiapas and Michoacán the governmental agency will lay off 650 teachers and support staff.
Juan Gabriel, México’s legendary singer and songwriter, died from a heart attack at age 66 last Sunday in Santa Monica, California.
Authorities still have not identified the suspects in the double homicide.
Mexico has one of the largest child labor forces in Latin America, second only to Colombia.
Mexico’s Communications and Transport Ministry said an air transport deal between Mexico and the United States.
Mexico is aiming to switch to clean energy with wind and solar to make up more than one-third of its electricity sources.
The world’s largest cargo ship, Höegh Target, specializing in the transport of cars, buses and large machinery, will arrive in Mazatlán.
On Thursday the National Institute for Educational Assessment (INEE) announced changes to the teacher evaluations to be held this year.
The National Index of Consumer Prices (INPC) increased 0.31 percent in the first half of August.