México is looking to build more pipelines to boost the “reliability of the country’s natural gas transport system.”
The Reading Index shows that on average a Mexican reads only 2.8 books a year.
The unemployment rate for March of last year was 4.51 percent.
A total of 21 cruise ships have called on Mazatlán during the 2013-2014 season.
Throughout México a person can buy a liter of gasoline for less than one U.S. dollar.
México’s Senate raised the prison term for kidnapping from the current 40 to 70 years up to 140 years.
The number of visitors to the state was up 200,000 over 2013.
During the first quarter of 2014 Sinaloa recorded the lowest growth in formal employment in the last 10 years.
A significant portion of the record breaking attendance was attributed to the Mazatlán-Durango highway.
Mexican troops have freed 179 undocumented Central America migrants bound for the United States.
Three of the dead were Mexicans and the fourth was from Honduras.
The Auditor General is reported in serious condition.
Arnoldo Villa Sanchez was arrested along with another man believed to be his bodyguard.
Noé Octavio Aburto was arrested for probable responsibility in the crime of embezzlement.
Legislators from all three parties seem to be on board with the president’s decision.