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November, 2021

  • 7 November

    The Final Countdown: Cross-Border Business and Families Reunite Again

    -Editorial When the travel restrictions end at midnight Nov. 8 it will be like returning to normal as people will be able to cross again to shop in Calexico or see their families in person for the first time in almost two years. With this, the east port of entry …

  • 6 November

    Baja California Governor Repeals Wine Tax

    -Editorial Just five days after taking office, the governor of Baja California Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda held an outreach meeting in the municipality of Ensenada with all organized sectors of vine growing and wine producers in the State in which she announced the decree of permanent repeal of the …

  • 5 November

    Challenges and Obstacles of Women Entrepreneurs

    By: Ellie Burgueño The challenges and obstacles that women entrepreneurs face today are many, as we continue in the fight for equal rights and dignified treatment, as well as the fight for the recognition of our achievements and capabilities. Listing the most relevant challenges is a task I gave myself …

  • 3 November


    -Editorial The senator for Baja California, Gina Andrea Cruz Blackledge, will work in a coordinated and periodic manner with professionals and industrialists from Tijuana to promote the development of this region, in the face of measures such as reforms to the electricity law and tax provisions that only discourage investment …

  • 2 November

    The reopening of the border will have positive economic impacts for border cities by the end of 2021

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist and research professor (Ph.D.). The United States will reopen the border with Mexico and Canada in November 2021. It will be open only to visitors fully vaccinated and with a visa. The border of Mexico with the United States reopens in November 2021, after 19 …

  • 1 November


    -Editorial Derived from the great economic challenges and opportunities that our region represents, the National Chamber of the Electronics Industry, Telecommunications and Information Technologies (Canieti), Northwest Zone, will seek to work in close collaboration, within the framework of a common front on strategic issues, with the new administration headed by …

  • 1 November

    High Expectations Mark the Beginning of Marina Del Pilar’s Historic Governorship

    -Editorial At the stroke of midnight on Nov. 1st, Baja California will enter a new era on different levels: a new administration led by the first female millennial governor in history that many have high expectations due to her promises made during the campaign. Marina certainly had a meteoric rise …

October, 2021

  • 29 October

    A new beer is brewing for craft beer and rock lovers

    -Editorial In the midst of a good atmosphere among partners, friends, allies, and the media, the first brewing of what will be the new promise of craft beer was held in the capital of Baja California: Stardust Beer. Inspired by his love for rock music and by David Bowie and …

  • 28 October

    CETis No. 75 celebrated its 40th Anniversary

    MEXICALI, B.C.- A celebratory event was held for the XL Anniversary of the CETis Study Center No. 75 Leona Vicario, which is directed by Professor Maria Teresa Banda Bañuelos. In a ceremony that took place on the quad of the campus, various recognitions were given to distinguished elements of the …

  • 28 October

    Regional Leaders Celebrate the Reopening of the Border

    -Editorial The reopening of the border to visa travelers comes as oxygen to the Imperial Valley as a regional leader shows their excitement to welcome back Mexicali residents into their local economy after 19 long months.  The Imperial Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a joint regional press conference in …