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Jorge Nuño Named as Mexico’s New Communications, Infrastructure Head

PULSE NEWS MEXICO Jorge Nuño Lara will become the new head of Mexico’s Secretariat of Infrastructure,  Communications and Transportation (SICT), replacing Jorge Arganis, who is leaving office due to health issues, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) announced Wednesday, Oct. 9. “Jorge Nuño is going to take charge of the Secretariat of Communications and Infrastructure: he is going to be

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Tren Maya, Suburban Train to Cost 70 Billion Pesos More

By MARK LORENZANA The federal government of Mexico will spend almost 70 billion pesos more to finish two of its flagship railway projects: the controversial Tren Maya and the extension of the suburban train that will run from Lechería station in the State of Mexico (EdoMéx) to the new Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA). On June 1, Mexico’s Secretariat of

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FAA Postpones Mexico’s Air Safety Review

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Monday, May 23, announced that it was postponing indefinitely a technical review of Mexico’s Federal Civil Aviation Agency (AFAC), which was originally scheduled for May 23 to 27, leaving an indefinite date for its completion. The review is particularly for Mexico because the country’s airspace safety was

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