México, Wednesday , December 12 , 2018 14:20 hrs.
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Mexico City brightens up for Christmas
Mexico - The Mexico City government has installed 11,000 poinsettia flowers in the historic center for Christmas.
Poinsettias, a native Mexican species of flower, are a common Christmas decoration across the country.
The floral arrangement in Mexico City's Zocalo central square represents a "cosmic eagle," according to a government statement.
Photo: Arturo Monroy/Notimex
A vibrant welcome for Mexico’s new President
Mexico (Notimex) – Mexico’s new President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, received a vibrant welcome in the Zocalo, the central square in Mexico City’s historic center.
The Zocalo event included traditional folk dances and music.
After the official inauguration ceremony in San Lázaro, President López Obrador was driven to the Zocalo where he expressed his gratitude with the people and reiterated...
Mexico City and Querétaro lead competitiveness index
Mexico (Notimex) - Mexico City, Querétaro and Nuevo León are the most competitive states in the country, according to the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness.
In its most recent indexes, the institute said that the top competitive cities by population are the Greater Mexico City area (in the more than 1 million inhabitants category); Cancun (500,000-1 million); Puerto Vallarta (250,000-500,000)...
Torre Reforma named best skyscraper in the world
Mexico (Notimex) - The 246-meter high Torre Reforma has been given the International Highrise Award 2018 for the most innovative skyscraper in the world.
The building is a project by Mexican architect Benjamín Romano, who will receive the award in a ceremony in Frankfurt.
Torre Reforma was chosen as the most innovative out of 36 buildings across 15 countries.
Torre Reforma, in Mexico City's...