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The US’ preparation of international arbitrations and a massive blackout in the Yucatan Peninsula are among this week’s top stories!
CFE workers
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A worker accident caused a major blackout, leaving the Yucatan Peninsula without electricity, reported CFE.
Mayan Train
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After the publication of the EIA, the federal government open a consultation for society to asses Section 5 South’s viability.
President López Obrador
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Two Jesuit priests murdered on Monday in Chihuahua/AMLO reiterated the need of a single electoral body and the elimination of local organizations.
Submerged Cave
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The oldest ocher mine on the continent was found in Quintana Roo and it represents an important historical finding for the Mexican mining sector.
mining
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Vulcan Materials announced that it is exploring all legal avenues to address its conflict with the government and resume operations.
Mayan Train
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A federal judge dictated a definitive suspension against construction of the Section 5 South of the Mayan Train.
Cancun landscape
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According to SICT, the company’s proposal showed better conditions regarding financing and quality.
Mine
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The US company is taking Mexico to the courts of the ICSID to resolve the issue between the company and the country’s government.
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