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Teachers may not return to School

Teachers belonging to CNTE may not return to their classrooms next August 22.

July Inflation: Less than Expected

The uptick in prices for July came in below the 2.73 percent rise expected by analysts.

Automobile Exports fall in July

July was the fifth month this year when exports lagged behind the same month of last year.

7.3 Million Mexicans Speak an Indigenous Language

The INEGI said that 51.3 percent of those who speak an indigenous language are women and 48.7 percent are men.

Forensic Laboratories Open in Sinaloa

The State has finally opened three forensic laboratories which can handle crime victim DNA tests and ballistic tests.

International Tourism Grew Seven Fold in last Three Years

The first five months of 2016 saw 14.1 million arrivals of international tourists.

Private Consumption up in May

In April private consumption dropped 2.2 percent from that reported in March.

Federal Deputies Disagree on Financial Relief to Oaxacan Businesses

Entrepreneurs who make misrepresentations about income because of the protests will be subject to legal penalties.

Veracruz Police Official Resigns after Discovery of $2.4 Million in Properties

Arturo Bermúdez Zurita, Public Security Secretary for the state of Veracruz, has been forced to resign.

Dangerous to be a Pedestrian in Sinaloa

The study showed that in 2014 there were 697 traffic related deaths.

Bus Accident Kills 4, Injures 38

A bus fell into a ravine next to the Tijuana-Tecate highway in Baja California, México.

Oaxaca Businesses Closed their Doors in Protest of Teacher Blockages

About a thousand people supporting the action gathered in Oaxaca City to protest.

Chiapas Makes Payments to Protesting Teachers

80 percent of teachers who missed more than three days of school due to their demonstrations have been paid their salaries.

México Increases its Market Share in U.S.

México’s exports to the United States increased to $145 billion during the first half of 2016.

35 Migrants Rescued in Tamaulipas

The freed migrants consisted of 26 men, 9 women and 11 minors.