From President Nieto’s Office Business tourism is a form of tourism in which the reason for travel is linked to carrying out work and professional activities undertaken at business meetings and on different scales (congresses, conventions, incentive trips, fairs and exhibitions). Through fairs held in Mexico, business tourism generates annual sales of $6.2 billion USD. Last […]Read more →
Our good friend at About.com Mexico, Suzanne Barbezat, recently published an excellent article on “Money Matters in Mexico.” There is a lot of good information here. Click through her other links as well… lots of good stuff! http://gomexico.about.com/b/2013/08/11/money-matters-in-mexico.htm?r=9FRead more →
by Ron Mader Planeta.com’s next #MexMonday Travel Hangout takes place Monday, August 12, from 4-5pm Mexico City time and will focus on Mexico. Planeta’s Mexico hangouts are unscripted conversation mostly in English and a smattering of Spanish and indigenous languages. Prepare to be adventurous and learn new words and phrases like yakxon and baax ka walik. Questions are welcome before and during the livestreaming hangout. We […]Read more →
The luxury hotel in Riviera Maya, in partnership with Sony Mexico, opens an entertaining lounge for teenagers with the latest in videogame technology RIVIERA MAYA – Fairmont Mayakoba – the luxury hotel of the Riviera May ain harmony with nature – is proud to announce and exclusive partnership with Sony Mexico for the launching of […]Read more →
Is Mexico Safe? has been in the news for years now, and we have talked about it here at Mexico Premiere many times. I don’t know who these guys are (Black Label Interactive?), but they have put together a good web site refuting many of the “danger” claims with facts and figures. This is getting […]Read more →
30MW solar PV field doubles installed capacity in Mexico WUXI, China, July 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. (NYSE: STP) (“Suntech Holdings” or the “Company”), one of the world’s largest solar companies, today announced that it is supplying the photovoltaic modules for the largest solar power plant in Latin America, a 30MW plant […]Read more →
David Simmonds Adventure Travel Mexico. Those three words can be interpreted differently by anyone. For many, traveling to Mexico is in itself an adventure, from slurping colorful umbrella cocktails at a 5-star resort to driving the back roads of the Sierra Madre – adventure is where you find it, often determined by your previous […]Read more →
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