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Architect Fernando Romero speaks about new airport

Designboom - Fernando Romero speaks about the process behind the winning design and the collaboration between FR-EE and Foster & Partners for the new Mexico City airport.

Regulator to probe Mexico's pay TV market

Reuters - Mexico's telecoms competition watchdog said it will probe the country's pay TV market, which could result in stiffer regulations for Grupo Televisa as it moves to buy up cable companies.

Pemex expanding fuel-theft detection system

EFE - Petroleos Mexicanos said it is investing $282 million to expand an automated system to detect the theft of crude and fuel from its 35,000-kilometer (21,750-mile) pipeline network.

Salinas to buy Televisa's Iusacell

Reuters - Mexico's Grupo Salinas said it will buy out partner Grupo Televisa's 50 percent stake in the country's No. 3 wireless operator Iusacell for $717 million and seek a strategic partner.

Theft ring sold cars stolen in Mexico in the U.S.

CBS5 - A six-month investigation uncovered a criminal organization that would carjack high-end vehicles in Mexico, switch the Vehicle Identification Numbers and import them into the U.S.

Hyundai's Mexico sales meet initial target

Yonhap - Hyundai Motor Co.'s sales arm in Mexico said Wednesday that the carmaker has met its initial target thanks to the popularity of its vehicles and a unique marketing strategy.

July industrial output rises, led by manufacturing

Reuters - Mexican industrial production bounced back in July, led by manufacturing, which grew at its fastest pace in six months as the economy picks up some speed after a weak start to the year.

"Water monster" salamander faces extinction

News24 - Dubbed the "water monster" by the Aztecs, the axolotl salamander is battling extinction in the remnants of Mexico City's ancient lake, alarming scientists.

Three nabbed while dissolving body in acid

EFE - Authorities in central Mexico apprehended three people as they were using acid to dissolve the body of a man they murdered, the Morelos state Attorney General's Office said.

Ronaldinho signs two-year deal with Queretero

The Guardian - The former Brazil and Barcelona midfielder Ronaldinho, twice the World Player of the Year, has signed a two-year deal with Queretaro, the Mexican first division club said.

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