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If you have ever dreamt of moving to Mexico with thoughts to semi-retire, to wake up in the morning and take in the ocean view…….have breakfast on your balcony……then perhaps view your own online business for an hour or two

Mexico will join Trans-Pacific Partnership talks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and eight other countries on Monday welcomed Mexico into talks that aims on reaching an Asia Pacific free trade agreement, but continued to mull over Canada and Japan's seven-month-old bids to join the negotiations.

Up to 1.4 Million Unauthorized Immigrants Could Benefit from New Deportation Policy

Up to 1.4 million children and young adults who are in the United States illegally could potentially benefit from today's announcement by the Obama Administration about changes in deportation policies, according to an estimate from the Pew Hispanic

HIGHLIGHTS on G20 summit meeting in Mexico

LOS CABOS, Mexico June 19 - The following are highlights of comments by leaders and officials at the Group of 20 summit meeting in the Mexican beach resort of Los Cabos on Tuesday. MEXICO PRESIDENT FELIPE CALDERON "If I had to sum up the mood, the

Mexico cancels a controversial project on Baja resort

MEXICO CITY (AP) - It is announced Friday that Mexico cancelling provisional permits for an enormous, Cancun-sized resort planned for the Baja California shoreline in front of a protected coral reef, a project that environmentalists said threatened an

American violinist, Mexican guitarist an inspired musical team

Alex DePue & Miguel de Hoyos Expect to be dazzled when American violin master Alex DePue and Mexican classical and flamenco guitar dynamo Miguel De Hoyos perform their first San Diego concert of the year on Thursday at the all-ages Lestat's in

Actor Robert Redford visits Tijuana

TIJUANA - Robert Redford, the actor and director, has been in Baja California this month filming a new movie at the Baja Film Studios in Rosarito Beach. Written and written by J.C. Chandor, "All is Lost" tells the story of a man fighting for

“STAY Where You Are,” Says the Government...

Hi Friend, In the 2012 GOP Primary for President, Congressman Ron Paul made a suggestion that was laughed at. But now it doesn’t seem so funny... EVG Research Team here. And what Congressman Paul suggested was that a border fence might be used to

Jeremy Lin Catches Marlin in Cabo

In case you were wondering what Jeremy Lin, point guard for the New York Knicks, has been up to since he tore his meniscus last season, and you don’t subscribe to his Facebook and Twitter pages like I do, this photo will give you a pretty good idea.

Suzlon’s Bold Bid to Invest $3B in Mexico Wind Farms

The world’s fifth-largest wind turbine manufacturer, India’s Suzlon Energy is making bold bids to expand its business even as it scrambles to raise the funds necessary to meet this year’s bond redemptions. Next for Suzlon in terms of

2012 SCORE Baja 500 Race Results

Course: 450 Miles (4 checkpoints, 52 virtual checkpoints) Ensenada-Baja California, Mexico (65 miles south of U.S./Mexico Border at San Diego) Round 4 of the 2012 SCORE Desert Series All vehicles have a 22-hour time limit to cover the course. Photos by

Mexico Surging Ahead in Convention Tourism

Original Article Text From The News Mexico: Nation Advances on Tourism Secretairt of Tourism Gloria Guevara Manzo said that Mexico went from 22nd place to 20th in 2011 on the rankings list published by the Congress and Convention Association. The ICCA

Mexico City powers up Electric Taxi Service

MEXICO CITY – Green and white taxis pull up to their stand behind the capital’s towering cathedral. Then they plug in. A pilot program is testing the viability of zero-emissions electric taxi service in Mexico City, notorious for its choking

Investing in Mexico: Profit From This New Manufacturing Superpower

I have noticed that many people go to great lengths to travel the world but inexplicably ignore sites in their own backyard. Take me for example. I have lived in Colorado for about 12 years and have yet to visit the Grand Canyon. And while I have visited

Justin Bieber Heads To Mexico With 6,000 Police Officers Watching Over Him

Justin Bieber might soon upstage a Beatle. Officials in Mexico City are predicting that Bieber’s upcoming free concert could end up attracting more visitors than Paul McCartney’s May 10 concert in the city’s central plaza. McCartney