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Published August 16, 2020 5:40 am (Mexico City time).

Life after deportation: they make masks in Mexico, but sell them in the US.

Members of the collective 'Deportados Unidos en la Lucha' told Infobae Mexico what this ironic business is in which they are working with the brand 'Deportados Brand'

Published by Infobae at August 16, 2020 5:09 am.

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They call on citizens to run a shelter; They charge crimes against a former employee.

Announcement of a public call to replace Miriam Alejandra Vázquez Casillas, former head of the 100 Corazones shelter, where the attack on a minor inmate was recorded

Published by El Informador at August 16, 2020 3:10 am.

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Guatemalan smuggling networks use Mexican banking.

Guatemalan authorities point out that criminal groups seek to preserve their money by reducing physical risks

Published by Diario de Querétaro at August 16, 2020 1:20 am.

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CTM accuses employees of not taking care of the virus.

Sanitary adjustments were made in all companies and protocols were followed to prevent infections from the transfer of personnel to the production processes

Published by Periodico Correo at August 16, 2020 1:00 am.

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Think about your options for college: these are the jobs that companies are offering.

Salaries range from 50,000 pesos to 12,000 pesos depending on the career

Published by Infobae at August 16, 2020 12:30 am.

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No state can address the COVID-19 crisis alone: Federalist Alliance.

They demand, among other things: to strengthen the 32 health systems with public investment; agree on the strategy for economic reactivation; analyze the fiscal pact

Published by Infobae at August 16, 2020 12:00 am.

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Young people, the sector hardest hit by unemployment during the pandemic: in 5 months, 30% lost their jobs.

One problem that newly graduated professionals face is unemployment, which forces them to work practically anything to survive
The entry Young people, the sector hardest hit by unemployment during the pandemic: in 5 months, 30% lost their jobs was first published in La Voz de Michoacán.

Published by La Voz de Michoacán at August 15, 2020 11:00 pm.

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This week a market caught fire in the United Arab Emirates; we show you some videos.

In the videos posted by users on social networks, you can see how the flames cover a wide area, generating large columns of smoke
The entrance This week a market caught fire in the United Arab Emirates; We show you some videos that were first published in La Voz de Michoacán.

Published by La Voz de Michoacán at August 15, 2020 10:31 pm.

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They investigate 18 employees and former officials of Pemex for the Lozoya case.

Among them, there are six former collaborators of, former director of the state productive company, who also seek to avail themselves of a criterion of opportunity to obtain the same procedural benefits as their former boss

Published by Infobae at August 15, 2020 10:17 pm.

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Call CTM to respect sanitary measures inside and outside the companies.

The Secretary General of the Confederation of Mexican Workers (CTM) in Irapuato, Roberto Palacios Pérez, launched a call to workers to respect the sanitary measures against Covid-19 within and within the companies

Published by Periódico AM at August 15, 2020 9:56 pm.

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For the first time they install Food Trucks in Presa de la Olla to reactivate the economy.

In total there are twelve establishments, all from Guanajuato, in the first hours one hundred thousand pesos of economic income have been registered

Published by Periodico Correo at August 15, 2020 8:10 pm.

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Childhood obesity in Guanajuato merits complete regulation of junk food.

Leon, Gto. Legislative reforms, as well as the adaptation of the industry to more responsible products, will be insufficient to mitigate childhood obesity and overweight, if small and medium-sized companies do not adopt a new ethic to improve health. This was warned by Rebeca Monroy Torres, doctor of the Department of Medicine and Nutrition of the ...

Published by Zona Franca at August 15, 2020 8:00 pm.

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Cable company fined for drilling pavement without permission.

The employees carried out irregular work in various corners of the Insurgentes neighborhood and in the Cantarranas neighborhood.

Published by El Informador at August 15, 2020 7:36 pm.

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AMLO assures that jobs have begun to recover: in August more than 25,000 were lost.

According to Coneval, in June formal employment fell 13.7%, informal employment decreased 27.2%, between the first quarter (ENOE) and May (ETOE) of 2020

Published by Infobae at August 15, 2020 6:44 pm.

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Let's go up, so far in August 52 thousand jobs have been recovered: AMLO.

The federal president commented that he trusts that the country's economy will begin to recover after the crisis that the coronavirus brought with it

Published by Periodico Correo at August 15, 2020 6:30 pm.

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U.S. Oil Drillers Look To Restart Shut-In Production This Year.

Most US onshore operators will restore nearly all shut-in oil volumes by the end of the third quarter, with only a handful maintaining some level of curtailment for the rest of the year, a Rystad Energy analysis of 25 public oil operators’ second-quarter earnings statements shows. Curtailments from the 25 companies peaked in May with a net 772,500 barrels per day (gross – including royalties to the government - 965,600 bpd) taken off the market. Total cuts decreased to a net 680,300 bpd in June. In July, only about 306,500 bpd in net…

Published by OilPrice.com at August 15, 2020 6:00 pm.

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"We are not going to chase them": Ministry of Economy trusts that recipients of loans to the word pay on time.

Most of the credits will be paid for three years in a minimum amount of 823.70 pesos per month

Published by Infobae at August 15, 2020 5:31 pm.

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Man shot near a street market in Irapuato.

Irapuato, Gto. A man was seriously wounded after being attacked with bullets in the Bernardo Cobos neighborhood, just a few meters away where there was a street market, whose merchants were collecting their stalls. The events occurred minutes after 2:30 in the afternoon of this Saturday on Logroño street. After the weapon detonations ...

Published by Zona Franca at August 15, 2020 4:25 pm.

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They rob 600 thousand pesos in Banco del Álamo.

The money theft occurs through a hole made in a Bancoppel branch, located on the road to Chapala # 4000

Published by El Informador at August 15, 2020 4:20 pm.

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Food merchants, those who most fail to comply with measures against Covid-19.

Most of the businesses fined in the city of León are dedicated to the commercialization of food and the remaining 60% to different lines, according to data from the Directorate of Commerce and Consumption.

Published by Periódico AM at August 15, 2020 4:20 pm.

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Arcada project does not benefit us, it is not fair that we pay: Guadalupe market dealers.

SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE. - Merchants of the Guadalupe market maintain their position against the payment of $ 7,500 pesos that last year they were asked for the work of the Arcade in Guadalupe Avenue, they say that they will not pay because there is no money, and therefore that it does not benefit them at all they ...

Published by News San Miguel at August 15, 2020 4:10 pm.

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Opposition governors ask to adjust distribution of federal resources for COVID-19.

The 10 leaders who made up the Federalist Alliance called on the federal government to invest in health systems and promote the economic reactivation of the country.
The entry Opposition governors ask to adjust the distribution of federal resources for COVID-19 was first published in La Voz de Michoacán.

Published by La Voz de Michoacán at August 15, 2020 4:07 pm.

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Thieves arrive at tortilleria and with gun in hand assault employees.

It was barely 9:20 in the morning when the thieves arrived and assaulted the employees of a tortilla factory in the Popular Maya neighborhood.

Published by Periódico AM at August 15, 2020 2:36 pm.

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Mexicans make record withdrawals from their Afore.

Mexico City.- More and more Mexicans turn to their savings destined for their retirement to face the unemployment crisis that is experienced in the country after the coronavirus pandemic. According to Expansión, the National Commission of the Retirement Savings System (Consar) reported this Friday that in July, 997,443 former workers ...

Published by Cambio de Michoacán at August 15, 2020 2:23 pm.

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Authorize the opening of 29 gyms and swimming pools in the municipality.

Drafting Irapuato.- After the supervision visits of sanitary protocols, the opening of 29 gyms and swimming pools was authorized by municipal authorities, by complying with their documentation and hygiene measures to operate safely. Javier Ortega Salas, Director of Inspection, pointed out that the establishments of this line of business presented 54 protocols for ...

Published by Periodico Correo at August 15, 2020 2:17 pm.

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Shale Executives Make Millions As Their Company Goes Bankrupt.

It has been a catastrophically bad year for shale, and few (if any) could have predicted the industry’s struggles this year. The most notable of those struggles came in April when the West Texas Intermediate crude benchmark plunged below zero and into uncharted territory. The previously unthinkable price crash was spurred by a series of unfortunate events: the spread of the novel coronavirus caused a drop in global oil demand, which in turn caused the OPEC+ leaders to turn against one another, which fomented an all-out oil price war…

Published by OilPrice.com at August 15, 2020 2:00 pm.

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In fuel imports during the first half of 2020, private companies gain ground to Pemex.

Mexico City.- The falls in demand and fuel prices during the first half of 2020 allowed private companies that have participated in the importation of fuels since 2016 to gain more than 10 participation points from Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) in a year both in the purchase volume of ...

Published by Cambio de Michoacán at August 15, 2020 1:57 pm.

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'Aqua Cinema' is important to detonate tourism in the capital: councilor.

The aim is that a screen owned by the GIFF be placed in the dam and with the use of the boats, people can see different films

Published by Periodico Correo at August 15, 2020 1:47 pm.

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Does your child's school require money to deliver textbooks? Complaint to the SEG.

Some schools have asked parents for money to deliver the textbooks, but it is illegal so the SEG asked those affected to report the institutions.

Published by Periódico AM at August 15, 2020 1:38 pm.

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Former Atlixco mayor denies political interests in 2021 elections.

He highlighted being retired and taking care of preventive measures due to the pandemic

Published by El Sol de Puebla at August 15, 2020 12:13 pm.

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Low Gas Prices Could Derail Papua New Guinea’s LNG Ambitions.

Papua New Guinea first started producing liquefied natural gas (LNG) in April 2014 when the flagship $19bn PNG LNG project came on-line months ahead of schedule. With the project exceeding export expectations, the focus has now shifted to two new projects, which would more than double the country’s LNG production capacity if they come to fruition. However, as the government is determined to reap more economic and social benefits from resource projects than ever before, as of June 2020 an agreement has yet to be reached with investors on the…

Published by OilPrice.com at August 15, 2020 12:00 pm.

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Campeche first state to go yellow on Covid risk map after 23% decline in cases.

Campeche moves from orange to yellow on the coronavirus “stoplight” risk map, meaning there will be no restrictions on economic activities.

Published by Mexico News Daily at August 15, 2020 11:56 am.

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Puebla does not receive money for works: Barbosa.

The governor pointed out that the constructions that the government plans to carry out will be carried out with private money

Published by El Sol de Puebla at August 15, 2020 11:51 am.

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Dogs and cats need your support with food!!

Good morning members of SMA FAQ. Since April this year we started BAM (Banco de Alimentos para Mascotas) (pet food bank) to feed animals in need, because the contingency left their owners with no jobs and no money. We didn't want them to abandon their pets. We have already feed about 1850 dogs and...

Published by San Miguel FAQ at August 15, 2020 11:32 am.

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SECTUR trains certified Tourist Guides from the state of Guanajuato.

• There are still 179 scholarships available for training certified guides • Those interested should approach the links of the Tourism Directorates of their municipality or directly in the Secretariat of Tourism.Guanajuato, Guanajuato, on August 15, 2020. The Secretariat of Tourism of the state of Guanajuato has granted 241 scholarships to Guides ...

Published by Boletines Dependencias at August 15, 2020 10:52 am.

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By new CDE, PRI loses seven militants.

"This decision buried the aspirations of true militants who hoped with great desire that transparency and democracy invested with legality," they said.

Published by El Sol de Puebla at August 15, 2020 10:16 am.

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For driving drunk, a driver crashes into Oxxo in the center of Celaya.

The driver had to be transferred to the hospital for his medical evaluation; while the vehicle and the business curtain were smashed

Published by Periodico Correo at August 15, 2020 10:09 am.

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Two digital tools are launched for economic reactivation in Puebla.

Authorities reported that they have delivered 200 thousand QR codes to companies

Published by El Sol de Puebla at August 15, 2020 10:00 am.

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The Secret To Successfully Closing Down Coal Plants.

Close down coal-fired power stations. Do not replace them with gas-fired electricity. That would reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the USA by 15 percent. That’s a big number. Those plants are old and will close eventually. So why not sooner rather than later? The answer, of course, is money. We figure that investor-owned utilities and public power agencies have, between them, close to $70 billion worth of coal-fired generators still on their books (in rate base). Those utilities will not give up those money-earning assets without compensation.…

Published by OilPrice.com at August 15, 2020 10:00 am.

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Undercover deputy: Morenista disguises himself as a driver to know the opinion about his party.

Mario Delgado explained with the experiment he sought to collect comments from users on topics such as the economy, the pandemic and the renewal of the party leadership

Published by Periodico Correo at August 15, 2020 9:19 am.

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MiB: Claudia Sahm, CEA & Federal Reserve Economist.

This week, we speak with Claudia Sahm, former Section Chief at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, and Senior Economist at the Council of Economic Advisers for the Obama Administration. Sahm is best known as the creator of the Sahm Rule, a real-time indicator of recessions. The Sahm Rule is an early…
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Published by The Big Picture at August 15, 2020 8:30 am.

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"He said that jobs were not going to disappear": protesters ask López Obrador for help to get out of the economic crisis.

Workers from the Autonomous University of Guerrero were also present at the protests

Published by Infobae at August 15, 2020 8:15 am.

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Works in Pie de la Cuesta did not affect the wall in Paseo del Pedregal.

Municipality of Querétaro approached the residents who have very specific notifications that before the work began, they already had direct claims towards the construction company of the subdivision

Published by Diario de Querétaro at August 15, 2020 7:30 am.

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After massive layoffs due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mexican companies seek to recover workers' jobs.

The objective is the job relocation of those affected by the contingency through training and jobs

Published by Infobae at August 15, 2020 7:06 am.

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Traffic light in Querétaro will remain orange: Seseq.

This was two months after the change for the reopening of economic activities

Published by Diario de Querétaro at August 15, 2020 6:00 am.

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The challenge of "Mencho": in the footsteps of a "ghost" drug boss in Mexico.

The Mexican capo was arrested twice in the United States, he is one of the most wanted criminals in the world and built a multimillion dollar empire based on drug trafficking

Published by Infobae at August 15, 2020 5:56 am.

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