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Sun Belle and Giddings Mexico sign berry deal

Giddings’ new Aketzali blackberry S un Belle has signed a deal to become the long-term exclusive marketer and distributor off Giddings Fruit Mexico’s conventional and organic blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and strawberries. The agreement strengthens the 18-year relationship between the two companies and is expected to extend their global reach. “This agreement completely aligns the two Read More…

Noticias

Mexico coronavirus infections rise to 17,799 cases and 1,732 deaths

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s health ministry on Wednesday reported 1,047 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infection and 163 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 17,799 cases and 1,732 deaths. The figures were published on the ministry’s website. The government has said the real number of infected people is significantly higher than Read More…

Estados Unidos Mexicanos Internacional Negocios

Mexico and European Union conclude Trade Agreement

Copyright y los derechos de autor. página original www.vaticannews.va Mexican citizen waving a Mexican flag from a hospital Mexico and the European Union have just successfully concluded negotiations for a renewed and revitalized Trade Agreement, which will be vital to the post Conornavirus pandemic era, providing much needed economic recovery. Mexico and the European Union Read More…

Estados Unidos Mexicanos Política Salud

Virus roadblock ends in shooting in southern Mexico

Copyright y los derechos de autor. página original www.washingtontimes.com MEXICO CITY (AP) – Police in southern Mexico may face charges after they opened fire on townspeople protesting an anti-virus roadblock that activists say cut their community off from the outside world, prosecutors said Wednesday. It was the one of the first instances of armed confrontation Read More…

Política Salud

Mexico Vacates Migrant Shelters And Stations As A Result Of Pandemic

Copyright y los derechos de autor. página original fronterasdesk.org MEXICO CITY — As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the Mexican government decided to empty its migration centers and stations, while deporting thousands to Central America. Mexico’s National Institute of Migration reported that the evacuation of its facilities started March 21, following recommendations from national Read More…