A charity was founded in 2012 in the UK to raise awareness of the refuge in Tapachula and support the sustainability of the programmes run for the children; namely the Education Programme, Surf Programme, Working Training Programme and Youth Transition Programme.
BMW will invest $1bn to build a car plant in Mexico as it follows other premium automakers in seeking to use the low-cost location to tap growing sales in North America.
The plant is set to have an annual capacity of around 150,000 vehicles, with production expected to begin in 2019. It will be built near San Luis Potosi and create an initial 1,500 jobs. The BMW group, which comprises BMW, Mini and Rolls-Royce, sold almost 2m vehicles last year.
The car industry can make for strange bedfellows. Nowhere is that more apparent than in the fast-expanding three-way alliance between Germanyâ€™s Daimler, Japanâ€™s Nissan and Franceâ€™s Renault: once rivals they have realised that working together far outweighs any competitive drawbacks.
Foreigners enthuse over Enrique PeÃ±a Nietoâ€™s reforms. Mexicans are warier
Twenty years ago Juan Morales shut his beautifully preserved 19th-century mill in Morelos, a village in Coahuila close to the Texan border, after reductions to subsidies made the flour business unprofitable. Now he hopes the mill will get a new lease of life, thanks to a historic energy reform by President Enrique PeÃ±a Nieto (pictured).
Arjen Robben says sorry for diving but insists he was fouled for Holland's winning penalty against Mexico
June 29, 2014
An incandescent Miguel Herrera has accused Holland's Arjen Robben of being a cheat. The Mexico manager also insisted that his team had been eliminated from the World Cup through a refereeing conspiracy.
â€œToday it was not a wonderful goal that put us out, it was bad decision by the referee, an invented penalty,â€ he said of the injury-time spotkick that secured a 2-1 win for the Dutch.
Ten kids from the Triqui community in Mexico will be visiting London and Oxford after arriving from Barcelona where they were playing basketball in the renowned Copa Barcelona.
While in London they will be visiting the Natural and History and Science Museums, they will visit the Christian School of London where they will meet the students and of course play a game of basketball with them.
The restaurants members of the MexCC, Wahaca, Lupita and Mestizowill be receiving them for dinner.
Lovis, also member of the MexCC is sponsoring all the transportation while they are in London.
Thank you very much to all our members that sponsored the visit!!