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Uber faces a new threat in Mexico
Didi Chuxing, China's dominant ride-hailing company, just launched in Mexico where Uber is currently the biggest player.
[CNN Money]

29,168 murders in one year, so is it safe to travel to Mexico?
Mexico has hit the headlines time and time again this year, for all the wrong reasons.Last Sunday tourists watched as a man's body washed ashore at Caletilla Beach in Acapulco, located in the state of Guerrero. Horrifying images...
[nzherald.co.nz - travel]

Manufacturing hub Mexico: Bosch plans smart plant for electronic components
- • Investment of 100 million euros (120 million U.S. dollars) in new plant in central Mexico - • Highly modern Industry 4.0 plant to manufacture key components for connected mobility - • More than 1,200 new jobs over the next few years - • Strengthening local presence in North America - • HANNOVER (...)
[WebWire Electronic components]

Manufacturing hub Mexico: Bosch plans smart plant for electronic components
- • Investment of 100 million euros (120 million U.S. dollars) in new plant in central Mexico - • Highly modern Industry 4.0 plant to manufacture key components for connected mobility - • More than 1,200 new jobs over the next few years - • Strengthening local presence in North America - • HANNOVER (...)
[WebWire Electronic components]

Mexico strengthens border with SITA biometrics
The Federal Government of Mexico is strengthening border control by automating the entry process with the introduction of SITA's Automated Border Control kiosks. The new kiosks will use biometric technology to capture fingerprints to verify passengers' identities and improve national security. (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

Mexico strengthens border with SITA biometrics
The Federal Government of Mexico is strengthening border control by automating the entry process with the introduction of SITA's Automated Border Control kiosks. The new kiosks will use biometric technology to capture fingerprints to verify passengers' identities and improve national security. (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

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