The training course, called the Diamond Project, took place Monday in Culiacán.
The 5,296 murders linked to organized crime is 18% less than the 6,432 reported during the last five months of the previous administration.
In 2009 the rate was 2.4 children per woman and in 1960 the average Mexican woman had 7 children.
The two men, who sold clothing for a living, lived in Guadalajara and were in Sinaloa to sell jackets.
Industrial production was down 4.9% when compared to March of 2012.
The police chiefs were traveling in a convoy of three vehicles and two police vehicles when they were attacked from both sides of the highway.
Banixco said it expects inflation to be between 3% and 4%.
So far this year 82 cases of dengue fever, including 19 cases of the hemorrhagic type, have been reported.
The proposed banking law will remove the single biggest obstacle for small and medium businesses to obtain loans.
The world’s leading automobile companies have been pouring more than $3 billion a year of investment into Mexico.
Under control de confianza every Mexican policeman, whether federal, state or local, would be given a battery of psychological, drug and polygraph tests as well as a home visit to identify those living beyond their means.
The World Bank has approved 1.2 million pesos for group projects proposed by the recently formed Clúster de Tecnologías de la Información del Sur de Sinaloa (Clúster IT).
A 21-year-old Canadian died as the result from a fall of about 10 meters from her second floor hotel room in Cancún.
Officials said the death toll could rise and about a dozen people remain hospitalized as a result of their injuries.