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HSBC facing largest money laundering settlement

Investigators are looking into the $7 billion that HSBC México’s branches exported to the U.S. between 2007 to 2008.

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80% of Mexicans are happy

60.6 percent of Mexicans surveyed rejected the notion that married individuals were happier.

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Suicide common in México’s youth

One Mexican under the age of 25 commits suicide every 90 minutes.

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STPS says labor reform could generate 400,000 jobs

The Chamber of Deputies approved 80% of the bill sent by Calderon.

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120 homicides in Sinaloa in September

The year to date homicide total is down 284 from the same period in 2011.

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What Lies Ahead for Mexico (video)

Stratfor Latin America analyst Karen Hooper discusses Mexico’s future with the upcoming inauguration of President-elect Enrique Pena Nieto.

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México eyes Baby Boomers

The potential of the U.S. baby boomer market is huge and if marketed well, it could be the next source of dollars galore for México.

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Sinaloa Tomato Growers Hold Their Breath

A 16-year trade agreement between Mexico and the US allowing Mexican growers to export tomatoes to the US is in jeopardy.

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México catches Zetas drug capo ‘El Taliban’

The navy announced it has captured one of the country’s most-wanted drug traffickers, Ivan Velazquez Caballero, known as “El Taliban.”

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México’s auto dealers and chocolate cars

México’s auto manufacturers and dealers say many imports are able to enter the country because of corruption in customs posts and the courts.

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Miriam, 640 km from Cabo San Lucas

Heavy rain is expected in the central, south and southeast part of México.

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Salaries of Sinaloa Mayors Higher than Published

According to the report, the published monthly salary of Mazatlán Mayor Higuera is 55,240 pesos, his actual income is 83,240 pesos per month.

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Southern Arizona scrambling for Sonora’s business

Sonora’s aerospace, medical, automotive, and produce industries are being wooed by Arizona’s neighboring states with promises of faster and friendlier entry into U.S. markets.

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“Miriam” reaches category two storm

Additional strengthening is forecast to reach category three on the Saffir-Simpson tonight.

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26 killed in Pemex pipeline blast

The pipeline serves wells in the Burgos basin that produces natural gas.

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