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SEP Opens Job Vacancy with 140,000 Pesos Monthly Pay

By MARK LORENZANA Mexico’s Secretariat of Public Education (SEP) announced on Monday, June 20, vacant positions to be assigned in its headquarters in Mexico City, with salaries that pay up to 140,000 pesos a month. The SEP has opened up positions for general director of agricultural technological education and marine sciences, and general director of higher secondary education in agricultural technology and

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Financial Focus

  Let There Be Trademarks By AMILCAR RIERA Corporate brands can be easily recognized by their logos, shapes, colors or even scents. When you see a well-known product, you can immediate differentiate it from its competitors by its logo, such as in the case of Apple, Coca-Cola or Chanel.  Marketing professionals in charge of brand positioning will go to great

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Peterson Institute: USMCA Is Net Negative for All Three Economies

XINHUA The newly revised United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) represents “a net negative” for all three economies due to its regulatory mandates, especially concerning automobiles, said a report from the Washington-based financial thinktank Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE) released on Tuesday, Dec. 17. The USMCA modernizes trading rules and strengthens enforcement of labor and environmental rights, but its restrictions on

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