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Go South for Sun, Surf, and Surgery

By: Stephanie Thompson Source: www.sandiegomagazine.com Baja California is booming, with tourists flocking south of the border for lobster tacos, secret surf spots, Napa-quality wines... and surgery. Yes, surgery. After a drop in 2008 and 2009, attributable

Tourism officials in Mexico confident that travel growth will continue through 2018

By: Edward Leeron Source: www.netglobers.com Mexico's tourism industry is confident that travel to Mexico from nations such as France and the United States will continue to grow each year, even if only by a small percentage, Gloria Guevara, the nation's

BAJA PROJECT INVESTORS TO RECOUP SOME MONEY

By: Carlos Manuel Rodriguez Source: www.businessweek.com A group of 198 investors in the failed Trump Ocean Baja project are expecting to recoup at least some of their money, the result of an agreement reached this week in Los Angeles County Superior

A Big Oil Find May Derail Reforms in Mexico

By: Carlos Manuel Rodriguez Source: www.businessweek.com When Mexican President Felipe Calderón turned 50 last August, the head of the state oil company called with what he labeled “a great gift.” After years of deep exploration and

THE AMERICAN MEXICO DREAM?

IS THE AMERICAN DREAM HEADING SOUTH FOR THE BORDER? This week we are featuring different articles that talk about why the American Dream could be headed south. Manufacturing in Mexico Did you know that Mexico is the worlds 4th largest auto exporter and

How I’m Conquering Prostate Cancer

By: Gerson Institute Source: www.gerson.org During a routine exam in 2007, the doctor found a nodule on my prostate. I got a biopsy and they found cancer on half of my prostate. They wanted to remove or radiate it but they couldn’t guarantee that

celebs-who-love-to-vacation-in-mexico

By: Celebuzz Source: www.celebuzz.com When celebrities aren’t busy filming or making music, they’re out vacationing south of the border. From Cancun to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico has become the hottest R&R destination for bikini babes like

Halle Berry Says Goodbye To Cabo

By: Celebrity-Gossip Source: celebrity-gossip.net Arriving at the airport in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Halle Berry rushed to catch her flight today (September 3). The "Monster's Ball" star wore a beige patterned sleeveless dress, flip flops

One woman's search for a cure

By: Rene De La Cruz Source: www.vvdailypress.com Years of radiation and chemotherapy have ravaged Tammie Huven-Bingham's body. But despite her constant energy-draining battle with cancer, the single mother of two continues to search for a cure. “I’m

Mexico, land of opportunity for qualified young Spaniards

By: Paula Escalada Medrano Source: latino.foxnews.com Many qualified Spaniards in search of a better future are setting their sights on Mexico, whose economic prospects remain positive despite the global slowdown. Engineers, graduates in business administration,

DEMAIO LEADS "HISTORIC" JOBS TOUR FOCUSING ON BI-NATIONAL ECONOMIC GROWTH

By: carldemaio.com Source: www.carldemaio.com As the first mayoral candidate ever to visit Baja California during the election season, San Diego Mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio ignited international goodwill while strengthening DeMaio’s ties to government

Mexico to Boost Auto Output 38% Within Three Years, Agency Says

By: Nacha Cattan and Brendan Case Source: www.bloomberg.com Mexico will boost annual auto output by 1 million vehicles within three years, a 38 percent jump from last year, as foreign manufacturers use the country as an export base, said Carlos Guzman,

Great Panther purchases silver-gold project in Mexico

By: Stockhouse Editorial Source: www.stockhouse.com Great Panther Silver Ltd. (TSX: T.GPR, Stock Forum) has purchased the El Horcon silver-gold project in Mexico from Compania Minera El Dore, S.A. de C.V., a private Mexican company, for total consideration

Magical Cataviña

By: Meghan Fitzpatrick Source: www.baja.com What is known is that Cataviña is the point where the north and south portions of Highway 1 — the Transpeninsular Highway –finally met during its epic construction back in 1973. However, this

Baja California Trivia

By: Carla White Source: www.baja.com Baja California is a very long peninsula so it makes sense that it has a long history full of interesting facts and fun trivia. Why not have a trivia contest with your friends? Stun them with your vast (and yet arcane)