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Motherson Sumi inks pact to acquire Bombardier’s Mexico-based electrical wiring biz for $10 mn

  In 2019, auto component major Motherson Sumi Systems through a subsidiary had acquired Bombardier‘s UK rolling stock electrical component and systems business in Derby. Auto component major Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd (MSSL) on Tuesday said it has inked a pact to acquire Bombardier’s Mexico-based electrical wiring interconnection systems (EWIS) business for around USD 10 Read More…

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A U.S. indictment behind the arrest of retired General Cienfuegos last week named the H-2 Cartel, which allegedly referred to the former military man as ‘the Godfather’.

  Former Mexican Defense Secretary Salvador Cienfuegos in Mexico City on April 16, 2016. He collaborated with drug cartels during his time in the role, according to U.S investigators. RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP via Getty Images MEXICO CITY – The family holiday of Mexico‘s former defense minister, retired General Salvador Cienfuegos was cut short when he flew Read More…

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Mexico could share some COVID-19 vaccine liabilities with laboratories

  FILE PHOTO: Small bottles labeled with «Vaccine» stickers stand near a medical syringe in front of displayed «Coronavirus COVID-19» words in this illustration By Anthony Esposito and Adriana Barrera MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico could share some liabilities arising from any adverse side effects of the COVID-19 vaccines used in the country, but it Read More…

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A new reboot of the iconic Eastern Air Lines is flying between New York and Cabo this winter for under $250 round-trip

  An Eastern Airlines Boeing 767-300ER. Eastern Airlines Eastern Airlines is launching non-stop flights between New York and Los Cabos, Mexico, starting November 14. No, not that Eastern Airlines. The new airline is a product of 2020 that’s attempting a reboot of the iconic Eastern Air Lines that ceased operations in 1991. Flights to South Read More…

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Mexico will pay for any COVID-19 vaccine liabilities, government says

  FILE PHOTO: Small bottles labeled with «Vaccine» stickers stand near a medical syringe in front of displayed «Coronavirus COVID-19» words in this illustration By Anthony Esposito and Adriana Barrera MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico‘s government will pay to cover any liabilities arising from unexpected side effects of COVID-19 vaccines but is not considering creating Read More…

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Mexico’s Consumer Protection Office Resolves First Cases in Dairy Product Dispute

  MEXICO CITY – Mexico’s government has begun resolving a string of disputes with major food suppliers over dairy products pulled from market shelves this week for breaches of standards, and aims to settle pending issues quickly, a senior official said on Thursday. Mexico late on Tuesday halted the sale of over 20 dairy goods, Read More…

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Putting the ‘X’ back in Mexico: Gigantic red sculpture getting a makeover in Juarez

  JUAREZ, Mexico (Border Report) – The desert sun and wind haven’t been kind to one of Juarez’s most distinctive man-made features. The paint has dulled and is beginning to fade on the gigantic red “X” just south of the Bridge of the Americas. That’s why the city and private donors are investing half a Read More…

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Trump wades into expensive House rematch in New Mexico

  After returning from Walter Reed Medical Center following his COVID-19 diagnosis earlier this month, one of President Trump‘s first moves back in the White House was to rally supporters over the phone in New Mexico‘s Second Congressional District. «I’m sitting in the Oval Office of the White House and there’s nothing more important than Read More…

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New Mexico governor announces further restrictions on businesses to mitigate COVID-19

  NMCOVID2Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham gives her weekly update on COVID-19 in New Mexico and the state effort to control it. The news conference was held at the Roundhouse in Santa Fe, Thursday October 1, 2020. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal) SANTA FE, NM (KFOX14) — New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and state officials held a Read More…