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The Mexican peso briefly reached its strongest rate against the US dollar since early December 2015 on Thursday morning.


3 of 4 Mexicans plan to watch first 2024 presidential debate
A new poll shows that 76.6% of Mexicans plan to watch the first of three upcoming debates, which is scheduled for Sunday.
3 of 4 Mexicans plan to watch first 2024 presidential debate
A new poll shows that 76.6% of Mexicans plan to watch the first of three upcoming debates, which is scheduled for Sunday.
Why Los Cabos is easier to reach than ever
Los Cabos has become a global aviation destination, with more direct flights than ever headed to the Baja California resort.
Why Los Cabos is easier to reach than ever
Los Cabos has become a global aviation destination, with more direct flights than ever headed to the Baja California resort.
What does Mexico City’s new Airbnb regulation require?
Hosts of short-term rentals offered on digital platforms like Airbnb will now be required to register in a local government database.
What does Mexico City’s new Airbnb regulation require?
Hosts of short-term rentals offered on digital platforms like Airbnb will now be required to register in a local government database.
Welcome to Tulum! Now, please sign here
A local hotel association in Tulum is working with state tourism authorities on a new advisory document for visitors.
Welcome to Tulum! Now, please sign here
A local hotel association in Tulum is working with state tourism authorities on a new advisory document for visitors.
Mexico and Germany, a culinary match made in heaven
There’s more to the comparison than just döner kebab and tacos al pastor. From beer to cheese, dive into the world of German-Mexican cuisine!
Mexico and Germany, a culinary match made in heaven
There’s more to the comparison than just döner kebab and tacos al pastor. From beer to cheese, dive into the world of German-Mexican cuisine!
Got 1 min? New bill aims to ban user fees for credit or debit card payments
A proposed change to Mexico’s Consumer Protection Law banning user fees on credit or debit card purchases has passed the Chamber of Deputies.
Got 1 min? New bill aims to ban user fees for credit or debit card payments
A proposed change to Mexico’s Consumer Protection Law banning user fees on credit or debit card purchases has passed the Chamber of Deputies.

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