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January, 2021

  • 20 January

    Mexico Faces the Challenge of Rebuilding Its Relationship with The United States: Gina Cruz

    -Editorial Baja California Senator, Gina Andrea Cruz Blackledge, said Mexico faces the challenge of rebuilding its relationship with its northern neighbor, the United States, before the arrival of the new administration since they are the main commercial partner but Mexico has sent messages of uncertainty. The president of the North …

  • 11 January

    Border Travel Restrictions to Continue Until February 21

    -Editorial The border travel restrictions will continue until February 21 according to an announcement by the Mexican Government on January 11.  The border travel restrictions will now reach 11 months. The restrictions between both countries started in March of 2020 in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.  “Due …

December, 2020

  • 16 December

    AMLO Congratulates Joe Biden On His Victory

    -Editorial More than a month after Joe Biden won the presidential election, President of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador congratulated the President-Elect after winning the Electoral College. Mexico was one of the few countries in the world that didn’t congratulate Joe Biden and Kamala Harris right after election day. “As …

  • 14 December

    A successful vaccine would bring economic recovery in the United States and a positive economic impact for BC and Mexico in 2021

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist (Ph.D.). The economy can recover to its pre-pandemic level by the end of 2021 in the United States. Mexico may take a little longer to recover economically. The growth of the United States economy in 2021 may have a positive impact on the Baja California …

  • 11 December

    Border Travel Restrictions to Continue During January

    -Editorial Border restrictions to non-essential travel between the United States, Canada, and Mexico will remain in place through Jan. 21, according to Chad Wolf, the Acting Secretary of Homeland Security. Wolf announced the news Friday morning on Twitter. In the tweet, he said the country will “re-evaluate non-essential travel restrictions …

November, 2020

  • 19 November

    Medical Lane Operation to Be Decided Soon

    -Editorial In relation to the operation and functioning of the medical lane, the Municipal Government, through COTUCO, announced that said access was no longer under the supervision of their government, since the month of March. The “Medical Lane” was designed for those citizens or residents of the United States who …

  • 18 November

    Border Travel Restrictions to Continue During the Month of December

    -Editorial U.S. land borders with Canada and Mexico will remain closed to non-essential travel until Dec. 21 at the earliest amid a rising number of U.S. coronavirus cases. The current restrictions expire on Saturday and the three countries were expected to approve another 30-day extension. The United States leads the …

October, 2020

  • 28 October

    THE CALI-BAJA REGION SUFFERS THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF COVID-19

    The closure of the border between Mexico and the United States for non-essential travel has paused the economic exchange between the neighboring cities that make up this region Mexicali, B.C.- The synergy between Mexico and the United States, generated by the commercial relationship of the Cali-Baja mega region, has suffered …

  • 19 October

    Mexicali and Border Authorities Coordinate Border Security

    -Editorial In order to strengthen security along the border, Mexicali Mayor Marina Del Pilar Avila Olmeda, in conjunction with border authorities, met with representatives of Custom and Border Protection. During the meeting that took place at Mount Signal on the American side, a simulation of the binational operations carried out …

  • 16 October

    Border Travel Restrictions Will Continue Through November

    -Editorial Due to the continuing spread of COVID-19, Mexico asked the United States to extend the border restrictions for one more month, the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Relations announced on Oct. 16. “After reviewing the development of the spread of COVID19 and given that many areas have returned to the …

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