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Seipasa Steps Up its Presence in Mexico with Three New Phytosanitary Registrations

Seipasa , the Spanish company specialized in developing and manufacturing biopesticides, biostimulants, and fertilizers for agriculture, has obtained three new phytosanitary registrations in Mexico, strengthening its presence in this country within the segment of products for protecting crops against pests and diseases. Seipasa has obtained the extension of use of its Pirecris bioinsecticide to combat thrips, chile pepper weevil and grey cabbage aphid. This product that was already registered for plant protection against aphids and whitefly for a wide range of vegetables, is now registered for new uses against pests that attack crops such as chile peppers, vines and

WHO commends government for coronavirus measures, economic aid

The World Health Organization (WHO) has applauded the work and the measures put in place by the government to combat the spread of the coronavirus.“The WHO wishes to congratulate the government of Mexico for the firm social and public health measures it has adopted to date, including the imposition of strict restrictions on movement and the temporary stoppage of the activity of large companies to limit the spread of Covid-19,” the international organization wrote in a letter posted Tuesday to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Twitter account, congratulating President López Obrador on his government’s response to the health crisis.The

2 officials predict worsening insecurity, violence in post-virus ‘new normal’

Santiago Nieto: an economic and security crisis coming. Violence and crime will increase as a result of the coronavirus-induced economic crisis, predict two federal officials.The head of the government’s Financial Intelligence Unit warned that violence and certain crimes will increase as coronavirus restrictions are eased and Mexico enters what has been dubbed “the new normal.”Speaking at a “justice, transparency and Covid-19” conference on Tuesday, Santiago Nieto bluntly declared that an economic and security “crisis is obviously coming.”He predicted that burglaries, financial fraud, human trafficking and child pornography offenses will be among the crimes that will increase. Mexico’s court system

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Detienen al triple homicida de Almoloya de Juárez

Almoloya de Juárez, Méx.- Tras una investigación y una rápida acción elementos de la Fiscalía General de Justicia del Estado de México localizaron y detuvieron al presunto responsable de haber asesinado a balazos a tres personas adultas en el Rancho El Progreso. La Fiscalía General de Justicia del estado, detuvo hace unas horas a José Luis "N" como uno de los presuntos responsables del triple homicidio del empresario Venancio Conzuelo Castillo, de su esposa y de otra mujer. El empresario fue presidente municipal de Almoloya de Juárez y padre del actual Director de Probosque Edomex Edgar Conzuelo Contreras. El homicida era

Using Coronavirus as ‘Excuse,’ Mexico Pushes Through Power Rules Said Damaging to Private Sector

Copyright y los derechos de autor. página original www.naturalgasintel.com Zárate said the new rules don’t bode well for the economy in general. “When you are talking about a change that is so important in the regulatory system in a country, that goes against the law, it just generates a lot of doubt in the economy in general,” he said. “The private sector right now is thinking what does this mean for them? How risky is it to do business in Mexico?”   The business climate in Mexico has been hurt by new laws favoring state power company Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) over

Mexico enters into diplomatic conflict with Canada and the European Union.

Copyright y los derechos de autor. página original www.theyucatantimes.com Rocio Nahle forced the resignation of Cesar Hernandez, head of the National Regulatory Improvement Commission. She is looking to put the brakes on wind and solar power generation plants. The López Obrador administration does not want to have competition so as not to affect CFE’s income. MEXICO CITY (Times Media Mexico) – The results do not accompany Rocio Nahle’s management. With Pemex still immersed in the same crisis – if not worse – that was inherited from Enrique Peña Nieto, now the Secretariat of Energy set herself to prevent CFE from losing

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Seipasa Steps Up its Presence in Mexico with Three New Phytosanitary Registrations

Seipasa , the Spanish company specialized in developing and manufacturing biopesticides, biostimulants, and fertilizers for agriculture, has obtained three new phytosanitary registrations in Mexico, strengthening its presence in this country within the segment of products for protecting crops against pests and diseases. Seipasa has obtained the extension of use of its Pirecris bioinsecticide to combat thrips, chile pepper weevil and grey cabbage aphid. This product that was already registered for plant protection against aphids and whitefly for a wide range of vegetables, is now registered for new uses against pests that attack crops such as chile peppers, vines and

WHO commends government for coronavirus measures, economic aid

The World Health Organization (WHO) has applauded the work and the measures put in place by the government to combat the spread of the coronavirus.“The WHO wishes to congratulate the government of Mexico for the firm social and public health measures it has adopted to date, including the imposition of strict restrictions on movement and the temporary stoppage of the activity of large companies to limit the spread of Covid-19,” the international organization wrote in a letter posted Tuesday to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Twitter account, congratulating President López Obrador on his government’s response to the health crisis.The

2 officials predict worsening insecurity, violence in post-virus ‘new normal’

Santiago Nieto: an economic and security crisis coming. Violence and crime will increase as a result of the coronavirus-induced economic crisis, predict two federal officials.The head of the government’s Financial Intelligence Unit warned that violence and certain crimes will increase as coronavirus restrictions are eased and Mexico enters what has been dubbed “the new normal.”Speaking at a “justice, transparency and Covid-19” conference on Tuesday, Santiago Nieto bluntly declared that an economic and security “crisis is obviously coming.”He predicted that burglaries, financial fraud, human trafficking and child pornography offenses will be among the crimes that will increase. Mexico’s court system

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Seipasa Steps Up its Presence in Mexico with Three New Phytosanitary Registrations

Seipasa , the Spanish company specialized in developing and manufacturing biopesticides, biostimulants, and fertilizers for agriculture, has obtained three new phytosanitary registrations in Mexico, strengthening its presence in this country within the segment of products for protecting crops against pests and diseases. Seipasa has obtained the extension of use of its Pirecris bioinsecticide to combat thrips, chile pepper weevil and grey cabbage aphid. This product that was already registered for plant protection against aphids and whitefly for a wide range of vegetables, is now registered for new uses against pests that attack crops such as chile peppers, vines and

WHO commends government for coronavirus measures, economic aid

The World Health Organization (WHO) has applauded the work and the measures put in place by the government to combat the spread of the coronavirus.“The WHO wishes to congratulate the government of Mexico for the firm social and public health measures it has adopted to date, including the imposition of strict restrictions on movement and the temporary stoppage of the activity of large companies to limit the spread of Covid-19,” the international organization wrote in a letter posted Tuesday to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Twitter account, congratulating President López Obrador on his government’s response to the health crisis.The

2 officials predict worsening insecurity, violence in post-virus ‘new normal’

Santiago Nieto: an economic and security crisis coming. Violence and crime will increase as a result of the coronavirus-induced economic crisis, predict two federal officials.The head of the government’s Financial Intelligence Unit warned that violence and certain crimes will increase as coronavirus restrictions are eased and Mexico enters what has been dubbed “the new normal.”Speaking at a “justice, transparency and Covid-19” conference on Tuesday, Santiago Nieto bluntly declared that an economic and security “crisis is obviously coming.”He predicted that burglaries, financial fraud, human trafficking and child pornography offenses will be among the crimes that will increase. Mexico’s court system

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