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REGIONAL

Relevant news concerning the region belonging to California and Baja California’s border.
Noticias relevantes relacionadas a la región perteneciente a la frontera de California y Baja California.

January, 2023

  • 24 January

    ECRMC Board of Trustees Accepts Hospital Management Partners Termination Notice

    -Editorial During the ECRMC Board of Trustees meeting, the Board accepted the termination notice tendered on January 14, 2023, by Hospital Management Partners (HMP) effective January 29, 2023, HMP’s contract for temporary services for Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer has been terminated as of the effective date. The …

  • 23 January

    Economic outlook for the U.S.-Mexico border in 2023

    By: Dr. Alejandro Diaz-Bautista, Economist and Researcher Inflation will carry on the U.S.-Mexico border with slower economic growth in 2023. Economic Growth of 1.5% for the United States and 1.2% for Mexico in 2023. The economic outlook for the U.S.-Mexico border for 2023 has deteriorated under the economic challenge of …

  • 21 January

    Business People Are More Optimistic About What 2023 Will Bring

    -Editorial Alignable’s January 2023 Road to Recovery Report is out and the forecast is rather optimistic. After a rough 2022 for many small business owners, 61% feel that 2023 should be a good year for them, despite high inflation, rising interest rates, fears of recession, increasing rents, and other financial …

  • 20 January

    The scope of a trademark

    By: Jaime Israel Dávila Gómez, Attorney. A trademark registered in Mexico grants its owner exclusive rights or prerogatives over it, which basically ensures that they are the only person to be able to use that trademark (or a very similar one) in the market. In order to understand these rights, …

  • 18 January

    Global Companies Looking to Reach Net-Zero Emissions

    -Editorial A fifth of the world’s biggest companies have committed to reaching net-zero carbon emissions, according to an analysis by the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit, and a large portion of those emissions come from the workplace. In recent years the emission-cutting plans of major publicly-listed companies have received an …

  • 18 January

    Inflation Begins to Stabilize in The United States

    -Editorial Rising U.S. consumer prices moderated again last month, bolstering hopes that inflation’s grip on the economy will continue to ease this year and possibly require less drastic action by the Federal Reserve to control it. Inflation declined to 6.5% in December compared with a year earlier, the government said …

  • 17 January

    THE STATE OF BAJA CALIFORNIA CELEBRATES 71 YEARS OF ITS FOUNDATION

    -Editorial In the company of political, social, and business leaders from the seven municipalities, Governor Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda dedicated the 71st Anniversary of Baja California as a Free and Sovereign State of the Republic, endorsing the commitment to work for the development of the state in unity with …

  • 17 January

    Martin Luther King Remembrance Kicks off a month of celebrations

    -Editorial Through the use of nonviolent means, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. sought to use the power of words with expressions of dignity, respect, education, determination, and faith as a way to fight for change. And today the community honors those who have continued King’s legacy, not only by recognizing …

  • 17 January

    Bucs Bow Out of 2022 Playoffs with 31-14 Loss to Cowboys

    -Editorial The Tampa Bay Buccaneers qualified for the playoffs for the third straight season in 2022 but then made their quickest exit in that span with a dispiriting 31-14 loss to the visiting Dallas Cowboys in the Wild Card Round on Monday night. The Buccaneers had earned a home game …

  • 15 January

    U.S. Department of State and Amazon Team Up to Support Women Entrepreneurs and Increase Educational Opportunities in Mexico

    -Editorial With the North American Leaders’ Summit getting underway a few days ago in Mexico City, the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) and Amazon announced a new public-private partnership in support of the Academy for Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) program in Latin America and American …

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