Tag: Mexico

Impact of Biden’s immigration executive order on labor markets and supply chains

President Joe Biden’s recent executive order tightening asylum limits at the U.S.-Mexico border has sparked a debate among economists and trade analysts about its potential economic impact. While the measure aims to address the ongoing migrant crisis and secure the border, it could also have unintended consequences on the labor market and supply chain dynamics […]

Historic Elections in Mexico Marred by Cartel Violence and Deep Division: The Latest

Mexicans are casting their votes in what is being described as historic elections that are set to have a major impact on the country. With two women leading the contest, Mexico stands on the brink of electing its first female president, marking a significant milestone in a nation known for its macho culture. This election […]

All-Inclusive Resorts Enhance Services to Attract Upscale Travelers

The trend of all-inclusive hotels catering to luxury travelers has been gaining momentum, especially in the wake of the pandemic. According to a report by JLL Research Hotels & Hospitality, there has been a surge in demand for all-inclusive resorts as travelers seek stress-free and easy-to-plan vacations with a focus on wellness. One of the […]

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