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Kia Motors’ Sales More than Doubled in July

South Korea’s No. 2 automaker Kia Motors Corp. again renewed its monthly sales record in México in July.

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Retail Sales up in June

On an annual basis, retailers’ income increased 9.1 percent.

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Will 60,000 Teachers be Fired?

According to the law more than 60,000 teachers in the states of Oaxaca, Chiapas, Guerrero and Michoacán will have to be dismissed.

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Parents Running out of Patience with Teachers

In the state of Guerrero parents said they are willing to teach those classes where teachers fail to attend.

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Teachers Block Roads in Oaxaca

The union plans to let individual drivers pass, but commercial vehicles and trucks carrying cargo will be stopped.

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Investigators Allege President Plagiarized his Thesis

The Mexican newspaper said that an analysis of the facts by a group of academics corroborated its findings.

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México’s Storms Killed Millions of Monarch Butterflies

Experts told reporters that storms earlier this year blew down more than a hundred acres of forests.

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Oaxaca and Chiapas Governments Report on Class Attendance

52.3 percent of the state’s elementary schools were open and holding classes on Monday.

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S&P Downgrade México’s Sovereign Credit to Negative

On Tuesday Standard & Poor’s lowered México’s sovereign credit outlook to negative from stable.

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México Revises Downward its Projected 2016 Growth

México’s gross domestic product (GDP) decreased 0.2 percent for the quarter.

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Schools Reopen in Sinaloa

The Sinaloa government provided 1,200,000 students with free uniforms.

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“El Mayo” Negotiates Release of “El Chapo’s” Sons

It was El Mayo who from the beginning was involved in negotiations for the release of the two men.

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CNTE and Government disagree on Number of Schools Closed

Officials said that the state of Chiapas was where the National Coordinator of Education Workers (CNTE) had its greatest support.

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No negotiations with CNTE until Teachers Return to their Classrooms

The president said México’s children and young people cannot “be hostages” to any cause or the demands of any group.

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Most U.S.-México Flight Restrictions End

On Sunday most restrictions on flights between México and the United States were lifted.

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