Category: Business

Commerce sector maintains recovery in Nuevo Leon

NUEVO LEON – During June, the income of retail commercial companies in Nuevo Leon maintained the monthly growth trend registered in April, by registering an increase of 55% compared to May, according to the report of the sector released by...

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Yaqui Tribe lockout could lead to higher unemployment in Sonora

SONORA – Due to the blockade of federal highway number 15 on railroads, which is maintained by groups of the Yaqui ethnic group, there is a risk of job loss, which could impact Sonora even more Arturo Fernandez Diaz-Gonzalez, president of the...

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Dozens of Arizona bars, gyms cleared by state to reopen

ARIZONA – The Arizona Department of Health Services has given the OK for dozens of gyms, bars and theaters to reopen after reviewing their plans to limit the spread of COVID-19 at their businesses The green light was given to 2 movie theaters,...

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Casinos in Chihuahua register losses of US$11.3 million

CHIHUAHUA – Chihuahua's casinos recorded losses of US$113 million, affecting 80% of the jobs generated by the gaming industry, said Aarón Santoyo Escudero, the union's representative in Chihuahua "There have been economic and job losses; of...

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Monterrey launches Invest Monterrey

MONTERREY – In order to attract more investment and business tourism, create more and better jobs, help contribute to the state's economic growth and create business opportunities for local companies, the Consejo Nuevo León, along with the...

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Nuevo Leon received US$27 million from the FEIEF

NUEVO LEON – The Secretariat of Finance and General Treasury of the state reported that it received US$27 million from the Fund for the Stabilization of Income of the Federal Entities (FEIEF) According to the Law of Treasury Coordination of...

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About 1,500 restaurants in Nuevo Leon resumed activities

NUEVO LEON – Between 1,000 and 1,500 small restaurants that had closed their doors were reactivated because they were allowed to operate on Saturdays and Sundays, although with restricted hours, said Jorge Moeller Villar, president of the Nuevo...

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Northern Border generated more formal jobs in July

MEXICO – During July, the labor market in half of the country's states showed signs of recovery in the midst of the economic and health crisis experienced in Mexico by the COVID-19 pandemic According to data from the Ministry of Labor and...

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San Diego cruise industry suffers due to COVID-19 pandemic

SAN DIEGO — San Diego's once bustling cruise industry is facing a huge economic hit as major lines, from Disney to Holland America, are canceling scheduled voyages well into the remainder of the year because of the still serious threat...

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Texas’ bars and restaurants struggle to stay open

TEXAS – Hundreds of Texas bars and restaurants are scrambling to change how they operate, maneuvering through loopholes that will allow them to reopen after being closed by Gov Greg Abbott’s latest shutdown targeting bars Abbott has shut...

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