México’s banks and the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV) will be closed Thursday, April 17and Friday, April 18.
The cost of closing Olas Altas to vehicular traffic and permitting pedestrian traffic only is currently unknown.
Unlike the Oceanografía case, it appears that Banamex may get its money bank from the second questionable borrower.
Thirteen people died in unrelated shootings in northern and southern México over the weekend.
Of the 143 native languages in México 60 are at risk of being silenced forever.
Experts say México could become the top exporter to the U.S. as soon as 2015.
Witnesses said the trailer was stranded on the highway without lights when the bus collided with it.
The Mexican Auto Industry Association reported production was up 16.3 percent while exports rose 12.9 percent.
Security forces and vigilantes are continuing to search for the head of the Knights Templar Cartel.
The project, named Ventika, will consist of two 126 megawatt wind farms in General Bravo, Nuevo León.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador will begin legal proceedings to force a referendum on energy reform.
The reform would recognize the sex workers as employed in a dignified profession.
The mayor is suspected of having links to La Familia Michoacana drug cartel.
According to the LMP bulletin, the team will be renamed Charros de Jalisco.
The body of Aponte Gómez was found in a stream in the town of Tanques, Elota.