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US-Mexico International Railway Nears Completion

US-Mexico International Railway Nears Completion

By Narayan Ammachchi The West Rail Bypass Bridge that connects the Mexican city of Matamoros with Brownsville, Texas, will be opened to traffic in the next couple of months, according to Mexico’s transport and communications ministry. Billed as the first ...

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Photo Essay: Lima’s Miraflores District Shines

Photo Essay: Lima’s Miraflores District Shines

By Duncan Tucker With its carefully groomed parks, busy streets and dramatic cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Miraflores is one of Lima’s most popular neighborhoods among tourists, expats and locals alike. Lima remains very much the center of Peru’s tech ...

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Falling Global Oil Prices Threaten Jobs in Mexico

Falling Global Oil Prices Threaten Jobs in Mexico

By Narayan Ammachchi Sliding global crude oil prices are dealing a heavy blow to the Mexican economy, with the country’s state-run oil company Pemex deciding to lay off as many as 10,000 workers in its outsourcing divisions. No Pemex employee has been ...

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Exclusive: Cisco Sees a Brighter Future for Colombia

Exclusive: Cisco Sees a Brighter Future for Colombia

By Loren Moss From empowering the more vulnerable sectors of society to building smarter, more efficient cities, Cisco sees many ways that it can prosper in a mutually beneficial relationship with the people of Colombia. Nearshore Americas sat down for ...

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Nintendo Leaves Brazilian Market Over High Import Tariffs

Nintendo Leaves Brazilian Market Over High Import Tariffs

By Narayan Ammachchi Japanese gaming firm Nintendo has exited the Brazilian market, stating that high tariffs on technology imports had made its business unsustainable. It is not clear how many Brazilians played games on Nintendo, which made a foray into that market ...

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