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Startups in Mexico get more investment cash (video)

Mexico’s business climate is undergoing a profound transformation as financial backing for small start ups and entrepreneurs is increasingly available.

Mexican police accused of massacre in Michoacan

According to an investigation by a Mexican journalist, police opened fire on members of vigilante groups on January 6. T

Toyota moving Corolla production to Mexico from Ontario

Toyota is moving production of the Corolla from Ontario, to Mexico.

Mexican Political System Faces Growing Public Distrust (video)

Some social activists are involved in a campaign to remove President Enrique Peña Nieto from office and others are calling for a boycott of the upcoming elections.

Arrest of 4 Drug Lords Sparks Wave of Violence

The arrest of four drug lords from the notorious Gulf Cartel has sparked a wave of violence in the northeastern Mexican state of Tamaulipas.

No sign of ISIS at the U.S.-Mexico border

People in one Mexican border town shot down reports from ‘Judicial Watch’ that the terrorist group the Islamic State has set up training camps along the border.

Summer Temperatures Begin in April

The CFE annual summer electricity subsidy begins on May 1.

Mexican President to Visit Mazatlán Next Week

He will inaugurate the Libramiento Mazatlán, the Mazatlán bypass toll road.

Book Fair and Bazaar Opens in Plazuela de los Leones

Two new bazaars are on offer in Plazuela de los Leones in El Centro.

México Ranks #14 as Happiest Country in the World

The United States came in at the 15th spot.

Only 20% of México’s State and Federal Congresses Report Their Spending

The federal Chamber of Deputies and Senate achieved the greatest level of compliance.

Goodyear to Invest over $500 Million in México Tire Plant

The new plant will cost between $500 million and $550 million and employ around 1,000 people.

Service Sector Expands México’s Economy

México’s economy expanded in February at the fastest pace in seven months.

Collapsed Pipe Releases Thousands of Litres in Lázaro Cárdenas

Heavy excavation machinery broke a subterraneous pipe resulting in thousands of liters of water forming a pool.

Governor Talks “Straight” with Pulmonia Drivers

Pulmonia drivers said they would protest in front of the Secretary of Tourism offices if their demands were not met.