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Baja wants the movie spotlight again

A 35-acre studio complex was thriving until drug-related violence and tough competition interfered. Now, with 'Little Boy,' it's trying for a comeback. By Richard Marosi, Los Angeles Times January 3, 2012 A huge replica of the Titanic, shown

International Tourism raises 1.8% in Mexico

The border tourism also recorder an increase, since in the first eight months of the year were reported 6 million 6 70 thousand tourist , representing an increase of 9.4% compared to the same period in 2010. Mexico , D.F., The Secretary of Tourism reports

5,000,000 Americans Could Migrate To Mexico And Latin American In the Next 10-15 Years

Source EscapeArtist Aug 11,2011 T he 'Tipping Point' and "The Global Mass Migration" It has been speculated, and it is very possible given the economic crisis that 5,000,000+ Americans will migrate to Mexico and Latin America over the

A Reality Check on Mexico

by Robert P. Miller, PhD Mexico is in a unique position to reap many of the benefits of the decline of the US economy. In order to not violate NAFTA and other agreements the U.S.A. cannot use direct protectionism, so it is content to allow the media to

Carlos Slim Won't Give Away His Fortune Like Buffett and Gates

Carlos Slim, the world's wealthiest man, is bullish on Mexico and says he is staying in the country. The mansion that he bought in New York is too big to live in—it's purely for investment. In a wide-ranging interview, the telecom magnate

Is it safe to travel to Mexico? Judging from the numbers, many are saying 'Yes'

By Jayne Clark , USA TODAY CAPTION By Paolo Carosso Despite tales of drug violence, visitation to Mexico was up almost 19% over last year, as of September. And with 22.6 million tourists expected by year's end, numbers will about equal the record-breaking

Do You Want to Be the First Rat, or the Last Rat, Off the Ship?

The Ship of State (pick any State) is sinking fast. People are simply walking away from their homes, commercial real estate properties, businesses, neighborhoods and their old lives. Even immigrants who moved to the US for education and business opportunities

Tourism to Mexico jumps nearly 20%

More international travelers are visiting beach resort towns that have not experienced much of the country's drug-related violence, officials say. By Hugo Martín, Los Angeles Times October 8, 2010 In a surprising turnabout, international tourism

One Journalist´s View of Mexico

By Linda Ellerbee Sometimes I´ve been called a maverick because I don´t always agree with my colleagues, but then, only dead fish swim with the stream all the time. The stream here is Mexico. You would have to be living on another planet to

The Mexico Medical Boom Is Coming

There was a residential tourism study about 5 years ago in which the economist predicted that if Panama was to have an estimated 30,000 retirees to move in, which is about 1% of its total population, the country would get a foreign investment higher than

Mexico Land Rush is On!

No better time than now to buy in Mexico Hot as Jalapeno Properties in Mexico are Baaaacckkk!!! Baja123.com Father and Son Team Provide Escapeartist Readers with the HOT TIPS South of the Border! It seems that real estate markets around the world are

The 2010 Renaissance: Tijuana/Baja California

By Linda Created 03/21/2010 - 1:39pm Topic: The New Version Of Tijuana Author: Dr. Elinor Garely, eTN Upload Image: Article Image Description: L.A. Cetto / Image via ensenada-baja-vacations.com “Why go there? You’ll find no one but drug lords

As U.S. health row rages, many seek care in Mexico

NACO, Mexico (Reuters) - Retired police officer Bob Ritz has health insurance that covers his medical and dental care in the United States. But every few months he drives from his home in Tombstone, Arizona, to this small town in northern Mexico to avoid

Rosarito is Safe! Hotels at 70% Occupancy! The Sky is Bright Blue! Let the Good Times Roll

Do you think you will see this on the national media? I doubt it. ROSARITO BEACH, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO--- Fourth of July brought this seaside city 30 miles south of San Diego its best tourism of 2009, with hotel occupancy at 70 percent on the holiday