In 2013 the fertility rate in México was 2.2 children per woman and the life expectancy is 74.5 years.
Members of PAN and PRI are about 98 to 99 percent in agreement over legislation dealing with México’s energy reform.
México is expected to overtake Brazil as the top Latin American automobile producer for the first time in more than a decade.
Many big banks are leaving the business of transferring money from the United States to other countries.
The Attorney General’s Office for the state said they are waiting orders from a judge authorizing the destruction of the drugs.
México received a total of $21.58 billion in remittances in 2013.
José Manuel Mireles Valverde has been arrested for possession of drugs and firearms.
Four people were killed by the quake, 37 were wounded and 9,000 structures were damaged.
During his tenure the former PAN Mayor was charged with an alleged embezzlement in the order of 20 million pesos.
Sinaloa Governor Mario López Valdez and Secretary for Tourism Francisco Códova Celaya took part in the Canadian Calgary Stampede parade.
One in three Sinaloans are caught in a spiral of poverty that can descend into extreme poverty.
Televisa, the biggest Spanish-language television company in the world, controls 70 percent of broadcast television and 60 percent of the cable market in México.
At the end of this year the price of Magna gasoline will be 13.31 pesos per liter ($3.88 per gallon).
The auto industry in México has been growing dramatically in the past few years.
Officials expect the economy to rebound in the second half of the year.