Monthly archive April, 2017
Mexico's Golden Age of Cinema: Cantinflas

Mexico’s Golden Age of Cinema: Cantinflas

1911 was not a particularly humorous year in Mexico, what with the bloody Revolution exploding in the countryside. But in that same year the seeds were sewn for decades of future laughter, for Fortino Mario Alfonso Moreno Reyes was born August 12. Señor Moreno Reyes, better known as Cantinflas, was to become of the most,...

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Mexican Port Expands – Again

Mexican Port Expands – Again

Lazaro Cardenas (L.C.) is a deep sea port on the Pacific coast of Michoacán in Mexico. A gateway to Asia and South America it is closer to the North Eastern U.S. A. and Canada than either Los Angeles or Long Beach. It rivals those ports for tonnage. For more than a decade it has been...

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You Are Welcome in Mexico!

You Are Welcome in Mexico!

by Mexperience   The latest visitor statistics revealed that Mexico welcomed over 35 million visitors in 2016, a 20% rise on 2015, and a new record. The country is now among the top ten most visited places in the world, offering visitors depth and diversity of leisure experiences. When you arrive in Mexico, you will be welcomed...

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Avocado growers not sweating over NAFTA

Avocado growers not sweating over NAFTA

Avocado exports generated a trade surplus of US $2 billion last year SOURCE: Mexico News Daily If there is one sector of the Mexican economy that’s not worried about a renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, it’s the avocado industry. The fruit, also known as “green gold,” has become a huge...

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New AMPI President Installed

New AMPI President Installed

For the second time in AMPI’s 60 year history, a female has been installed as President of the national association..  Beatriz Gamboa Lago was installed recently at a ceremony in the Mexico City’s  spectacular Sumaya Museum. Along with the new President and Vice President,   20 members of the new Advisory Council took the oath of...

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