The Walt Disney Company Mexico on December 26 announced the departure of the Radio Disney in Mexico, one of the most popular radio stations among young listeners in 12 cities, including Mexico City, Guadalajara, Morelia, Mazatlan, and Puerto Vallarta.
The Christmas trade is big business in Mexico. While Christmas-related goods represent only a fraction of Mexico's $346.5 billion in total exports to the US, the nation's poinsettia exports totaled around $15.9 million in 2019, while ornaments generate $3 to $4.5 million annually.
Christmastime is a magical time to be in Mexico. Mexican Christmas customs are an eclectic mixture of the old and the new, including elements from Europe, traditions developed in Mexico, and, in recent years, festive holiday trimmings from the United States.
No flower says Christmas like the poinsettia, but do you ever wonder where the beautiful perennial we call the 'Christmas Plant' got its start? With the Christmas season here, and red floral displays everywhere, you may like to know the origin of this very intriguing plant.
The Mexican government, labor and business sectors last week agreed to raise the daily minimum wage by 20% in 2020, the second consecutive major increase aimed at restoring the purchasing power of the country's lowest earners. As of January 1, minimum wage will be 123.22 Pesos a day.
Anchors that may have belonged to the ships of Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés were found off the coast of Villa Rica, just north of the port city of Veracruz, Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) announced on Monday.
New Story, a non-profit pioneering solutions to end global homelessness, in partnership with ICON construction technologies & Mexico-based ÉCHALE, are creating the world's first 3D-printed village in Tabasco, Mexico. The first set of homes was unveiled Dec. 11.
Airport operator Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico will invest 24bn pesos (US$1.2bn) to expand 12 Mexican airports in the next five years. Among the most important projects are new terminal buildings at the Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta International Airports.
According to national statistics, three-quarters of adults in Mexico are overweight or obese. Since Mexico City's 83,000-member police force is not immune to the problem, authorities have launched the 'Healthy Police' program, which pays overweight officers to slim down.
The Government of Mexico has published a report that quantifies co-benefits of implementing the climate agenda in coordination with its sustainable development agenda. The report measures the social, economic & environmental benefits of climate action in various sectors.