Category: Business

Crowds on Ensenada Beaches Prompt Reclosure

Ensenada’s director of municipal public security, Adrian Ortiz, reclosed the boardwalk above the municipality’s public beaches Friday after crowds of tourists flocked to the shoreline The closure was aimed at mitigating the spread of...

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Texas’ Economic Rebound Stalls

The resurgence of COVID-19 in July appears to have reversed economic gains in Texas that emerged when the virus’ frequency abated in May and June, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas’ latest Texas Economic Update “The...

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Arizona hotel industry ‘on brink of collapse’

ARIZONA - COVID-19 has affected almost every industry across the world But the hospitality industry could be one of the last to recover, according to the American Hotel Lodging Association According to a new reported condcuted by the...

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Business Groups Accuse Baja California Governor of Extortion

BORDERNOW Staff Report  Baja California businesses and business groups are accusing the Baja California Governor Jaime Bonilla of extorting payments for water by threatening to cut off services for alleged unpaid bills  Multiple...

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Medical Tourism Bounces Back in Baja

BAJA CALIFORNIA – The Baja California medical cluster has recovered about 80 percent of the business it lost during the first months of the COVID pandemic, according to Ricardo Vega Montiel, the president of the Baja Health...

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Who or what to blame?

By Carlos Palencia Analyst Mexico is in evident decline: -189% is the fall in real annualized GDP that INEGI recently announced We have been contracting for five consecutive quarters, and, from the last nine, production has been reduced in...

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Juarez changes to yellow light

CHIHUAHUA – After it was announced that Chihuahua will move to the yellow color of the traffic light alert for coronavirus, governor Javier Corral Jurado said that only 10 of the 67 municipalities will move to that color and the rest will remain...

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Coahuila creates the State Council of Tourism

COAHUILA – In order to strengthen, promote, foster and develop sustainable tourism in Coahuila, the State Tourism Council was formally installed and took up a protest, where the reactivation of the sector for the five regions of the state was...

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More Texas bars could reopen as restaurants under new rules

TEXAS – More Texas bars could reopen as restaurants after the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission voted to ease restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic The new rules approved by the TABC eliminate requirements that prevented many bars...

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Texas wineries call on Governor Abbott to relax operating restrictions

TEXAS – Texas’ alcohol manufacturing and retail businesses have struggled immensely since the pandemic, many fear that their final last call could come at any moment Bars and other similar establishments have received the lions’ share of...

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