Global Post - Long the province of peasants and poor townfolk, pulque has been reborn this century as a buzz of choice among young, forward-leaning and better-heeled urbanites. Pulque provides a sip of the past, quaffed in the shadow of the modern.
Reuters - Mexico's energy reform is a long-term positive for the country and Petroleos Mexicano's (Pemex) credit quality, while Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) faces margin pressures, according to a new Fitch Ratings report.
EFE - Spain's secretary of state for Trade arrived Tuesday in Mexico to meet with high government officials and business leaders to agree upon the subjects to be discussed at the next meeting of the Mexico-Spain Binational Commission.
AP- Mexico's central bank says the amount of money Mexican migrant workers sent home to their families fell by 3.75 percent in 2013, as compared to the previous year. Remittances fell from $22.44 billion in 2012 to $21.60 in 2013.
Daily News - U.S. News & World Report's travel editors have come up with the most complete list of the best luxury hotels to help travelers heading to Mexico - from beachside retreats to urban boutiques.
Travel Weekly - Vietnam, Mexico and Cuba are three of the fastest-growing long-haul holiday destinations, according to a new study.
Mexico has seen a huge leap from 29th best-selling destination in 2011 to 17th at the end of last year.
EPO - Meeting in Mexico City the heads of the Mexican Institute of Industrial
Property (IMPI) and the European Patent Office (EPO) agreed to enhance
their co-operation on patents in an effort to support innovation in both
Christian Science Monitor - Mexico’s capital is often thought of as a secular bubble inside a Catholic nation. In 2007, city authorities legalized abortion; in 2010, gay marriage was allowed; and next month the city’s lawmakers are poised to rethink its policy on marijuana possession.
The Canadian Press - Mexico'sThe Canadian Press - Mexico's ambassador to Canada says relations between the two countries have grown "stagnant" and have lost their dynamism. Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrives in Mexico later this month for a bilateral visit with President Enrique Pena Nieto.
The Telegraph - He has spent over a year adrift in the Pacific Ocean, exposed to the elements in his tiny boat, alone after his friend died, and surviving on turtle blood and dead birds. And now all Jose Ivan wants to do is go home to Mexico.