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February 2009 - Posts

San Diego and Mexico considering working together to fix water problems

Can Mexico Quench San Diego's Thirst?NBCSanDiego.comupdated 10:16 a.m. PT, Thurs., Feb. 26, 2009 Officials at San Diego's water board will decide this week whether to spend tens of thousands of dollars to explore the possibility of building a

Rosarito Beach Welcomes The WQS Surf Contest In April

Rosarito Beach Pro added to WQS schedule Surfersvillage Global Surf News , 18 February, 2009 : - - The City of Rosarito Beach, Baja California and FDt Marketing are proud to announce they have reached a formal agreement for a new WQS event to be held

Lot / Land For Sale in Baja Malibu Lomas

The best location! lot / land - $41,000 USD - Great Price! Baja Malibu Lomas, Baja California - Great Price ! Living in Baja Malibu means enjoying the majestic surroundings of the Pacific Ocean and mountain landscapes in an exclusive and peaceful atmosphere.
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Lot / Land For Sale in Popotla

• lot / land - $29,000 USD - Great Price! Popotla, Baja California - Build your custom dream home on this 2553 Sq Ft lot. in Terrazas del Mar, which is located on the hillside just up from the Calafia Hotel. This beautiful residential lot is priced
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2 Story For Sale in Tijuana

Perfect for fixed income families • 2 bath, 3 bdrm 2 story - $65,000 USD - Unbeatable Bargain Tijuana, Baja California - The information for this listing will be given directly by the Agent only. almost sold out so hurry and contact your agent today!
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Mexico's 2008 Private Tourism Investment Up 34% To $4.64 Billion

MEXICO CITY -(Dow Jones)- Private investment in Mexico's tourism sector rose 34% last year to $4.64 billion, Tourism Minister Rodolfo Elizondo said Thursday. States that saw major investments included Quintana Roo, where the Caribbean resort of Cancun

Officials hope new Tijuana complex will draw patients from north of border

Officials hope new Tijuana complex will draw patients from north of border By Sandra Dibble and Sarah Skidmore UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITERS December 10, 2005 TIJUANA - Mexico's largest private hospital chain has moved to the California border, causing