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CETYS LEADERSHIP EXTENDS TIES WITH HARVARD

Members of the Northwest Institute of Education, AC (IENAC), an association that sponsors CETYS University, as well as directors of the institution, met with Professor of the Harvard Business School, Dr. Michael Porter, recognized globally as the leading authority on competitiveness and business strategy, on a recent visit to that …

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Fiestas del Sol has something for everyone

-Editorial The 42nd Annual Fiestas del Sol had a successful 2017 edition full of new attractions and a variety of artists performing at the fair. Mexicali Mayor Gustavo Sanchez promised that these Fiestas would be the best ever. This year, the theme for Fiestas is going back to the 70s …

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BEGINNING OF NAFTA 2.0 BY THE END OF 2018

By: Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist (PhD) In the best-case scenario, Mexico’s new trade agreement with the United States and Canada would begin to be implemented by the end of the following year 2018 or early 2019. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations process is complicated and is likely to …

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Bronco Breaks Attendance Record

By: Mario Conde On Friday, October 7 Grupo Bronco broke attendance records at Fiestas Del Sol as thirty-five thousand people attended their concert at the Island of Stars. The band has more than 20 years together and still draw big crowds. Mexicali Mayor Gustavo Sanchez said the Bronco’s concert was …

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FIBROMYALGIA, MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND MESENCHIMAL STEM CELLS

By: Dr. Elton Luis  Gómez, stem-cells specialist Stem cells are shown to slow the progression of the disease and eliminate symptoms. It is called sclerosis, the pathological hardening of a tissue or organism that is due to the abnormal and progressive increase of connective tissue cells that form its structure; …

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Should You Prioritize Earning More or Saving More?

By: Nancy Mann Jackson It’s not so black and white. Is it more important to grow your savings or increase your income? The answer, it seems, depends on who you ask. Generally, women are more focused on growing their savings while men are more focused on increasing their income, a recent LendingTree …

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