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Arizona to invest US$61.6 million in the border

ARIZONA - At least US$616 million will be allocated by the Arizona government to address some of the priorities of the border region with Mexico during the 2022-2023 fiscal year After presenting his budget for the year 2023, Arizona Governor...

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New Mexico signs agreement with labs to develop zero-carbon hydrogen

NEW MEXICO - The state of New Mexico has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Los Alamos and Sandia national laboratories to build a zero-carbon hydrogen economy not only in New Mexico, but throughout the United States The agreement...

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Artico Cold Management to invest US$30 million in Las Cruces

LAS CRUCES - The company Artico Cold Management will invest around US$30 million for the installation of one of its specialized refrigeration warehouses in Las Cruces, New Mexico Artico Cold Management was incorporated in 2021 and plans several...

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El Paso begins COVID-19 booster application to children

EL PASO - As a result of the increase in cases of the Omicron variant, the city of El Paso, Texas announced that it will begin administering the Pfizer-BioNTech booster vaccine against Covid-19 to children between 12 and 15 years old, as well as a...

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Yuma's credit rating upgraded after US$71 million long-term bond sale

YUMA - In December, the City of Yuma sold US$71 million in utility system revenue bonds to finance upgrades to its sewer plant, increasing wastewater capacity at the Desert Dunes Reclamation Facility to 33 million gallons per day The City...

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TWDB approves US$34.5 million to El Paso County

EL PASO - A new project to control flooding and protect people and property in El Paso and Socorro, Texas was approved by the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) The board approved funding for the design and construction of a floodwater...

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Phoenix postpones water shut-offs to non-paying customers

PHOENIX - Due to the increase in Covid-19 cases, the City of Phoenix has decided to postpone its plan to resume water shutoffs for delinquent accounts beginning in February, although no new date has been set In March 2020, due to the pandemic,...

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Mexico's Customs Challenges: What Suppliers Must Know About The IMMEX Program

GlobalAutoIndustrycom’s latest Audio Interview “Mexico’s Customs Challenges: What Suppliers Must Know About The IMMEX Program” features America Pineda Ms Pineda is Global Trade Compliance Manager at Intermex Industrial Parks She has 18...

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EP Water announces reactivation of treatment plant

EL PASO - Although repair work on El Paso Water's Frontera Force Main pipelines has been completed and the waste water pumping has begun on the new lines to the John T Hickerson Reclamation Plant, sewage overflows into the Rio Grande River...

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Impacts of Covid-19 to be discussed at San Diego Economic Roundtable

SAN DIEGO - Covid-19 impacts and employment updates at the border are just some of the topics that will be addressed at the 38th Annual Economic Roundtable to be held on January 13th in San Diego, California The County of San Diego announced...

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