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Published August 11, 2020 4:49 pm (Mexico City time).

Exclusive: Indian craft brewer Bira talking to foreign beer makers about possible stake sale, says CEO.

India's B9 Beverages, maker of popular craft beer Bira, is in talks with international brewers and investors to sell a stake of up to 20% in the company, its chief executive told Reuters on Tuesday.

Published by Reuters at August 11, 2020 1:55 pm.

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IEC launches fourth issue “Close Up. Takeaway scene ”.

Guanajuato, Gto., August 11, 2020.- In order to keep the artistic sector active and strengthen Mexican identity and traditions, the State Institute of Culture of Guanajuato summons professional creators and artists to participate in the fourth broadcast of the program “Close up. Takeaway scene ”. The program consists of ...

Published by Boletines Dependencias at August 11, 2020 1:26 pm.

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Japanese music festival that wanted to be the first post-pandemic canceled.

The event was scheduled in Tokyo and Osaka between September 19 and 21, and was going to feature popular foreign artists such as Wu-Tang Clan, Black Eyed Peas, Steve Aoki, Liam Gallagher, Fat Boy Slim or Skrillex, as well as bands Japanese. The entry Canceled Japanese music festival that wanted to be the first post-pandemic was published first in La Voz de Michoacán.

Published by La Voz de Michoacán at August 11, 2020 12:23 pm.

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Exclusive: Indian craft brewer Bira talking to foreign beer makers about possible stake sale - CEO.

India's B9 Beverages, maker of popular craft beer Bira, is in talks with international brewers and investors to sell a stake of up to 20% in the company, its chief executive told Reuters on Tuesday.

Published by Reuters at August 11, 2020 8:41 am.

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the death of a friend.

News of this nature never comes at a good time. The first message I opened this morning was from my friend, Roxane David, in Villa Obregón. The message was brief and to the point. Her husband, Ed Gilliam, died around midnight today of a heart attack. No life can be easily summarized in an essay. And it is even more difficult when larger-than-life personalities enter and exit our lives. Most of us knew Ed from his art. His love was abstract expressionism, a passion he acquired while studying art at Berkeley. Art formed the core of my relationship with him. But it was not how we met. A couple of years after I moved to Mexico, I heard about a project that caught my interest. Our area of Mexico is surrounded by farms. During the planting and harvesting seasons, migrant workers from southern Mexico come to the area with their families to work in the fields. They are primarily Mixteco. My doctor at the time was instrumental in setting up a compound that provided

Published by mexpatriate at August 10, 2020 7:38 pm.

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