Mexico Considers Using $12 Billion IMF Windfall to Pay Debt (Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) — Mexico is considering using its share of recently-approved International Monetary Fund reserves, worth.

According to Bloomberg, Airbnb paid a woman USD 7 million for not blaming the company for her rape

A woman who in 2015 was raped by a man who had a copy of.

When Will Life Return to Normal? In 7 Years at Today’s Vaccine Rates… In Mexico, perhaps double.

When will the pandemic end? It’s the question hanging over just about everything since Covid-19.

“It doesn’t affect anything,” says AMLO about Mexico’s ranking as the worst country to be in a pandemic

“How many people know what Bloomberg says about Mexico? It’s a minority,” said the President..

The best and worst places to be in the Coronavirus era… and Mexico.

UNITED STATES (Bloomberg) – As Covid-19 has spread around the world, it’s challenged preconceptions about.

Democrat’s nomination: Is Bloomberg gaining on Bernie?

On Tuesday Feb. 12th, a few short hours before Bernie Sanders won the most votes.

Billionaire Mike Bloomberg will pay micro-influencers to make sponsored content for his presidential campaign

Billionaire Democrat Mike Bloomberg is doubling his campaign’s advertising budget amid the fallout from this.

Government and business chambers of San Miguel de Allende deny Bloomberg’s publication

In an exclusive interview with The Yucatan Times, a spokesperson of the San Miguel de.

OPINION: López Obrador is dismantling democracy in Mexico (Bloomberg)

Shannon K O’Neil, a senior fellow for Latin America Studies at the Council on Foreign.

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Route of the Mayan Train in Yucatan: stations and stops near Merida

Little by little the route of the Tren Maya is taking shape in the Southeast of Mexico and more details…

gray and green turtle swimming on water

Sea Turtles are expected to make landfall in Progreso this month

Two dead dolphins and a turtle that had to be rehabilitated to be returned to the water were the most…

Mauricio Vila inaugurates assembly plant with a $4 million US dollars investment, the first in Yucatan

The first plant in Yucatan of Shacman Tractor-Truck Agency of the Southeast was inaugurated today by the governor, Mauricio Vila…

The fifth wave of Covid-19 decreasing in Yucatan

In Yucatan, the fifth wave of Covid-19 infection incidence registers the lowest figure in 13 weeks, revealed the Institute of…

El Salvador opens a new 40,000-person prison

Authorities in El Salvador have opened one of Latin America's largest prisons, more than doubling the country's incarceration capacity, as…