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A law firm representing Starbucks has sent cease and desist letters to cafes across Mexico.
Mérida's City Hall says it has removed metallic structures and potted plants designed to close off public spaces for private businesses.
As of today — Monday — all businesses in Yucatán can operate at 100% and normalize their opening hours.
During a morning press conference, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador confirmed that his government would establish a state-owned lithium company.
Multinational investment bank Citigroup has announced that it will sell off Banamex.
Sometime before 10:30, Tuesday night reports of internet outages began to flow across social media.
A campaign to further boost the state’s economy has paid off. Yucatán has been granted membership in the elite World Tourism Organization.
Yucatán will stay yellow on its COVID-19 epidemiological traffic light for at least one more week.
Tour guides in Mérida are preparing to host an alternative "Tianguis Turistico” in Santa Ana.
The measure comes after a failed attempt by Grupo Posadas to restructure the debt it has accumulated over the past year and a half due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Authorities in Yucatán are hoping that Mérida's upcoming Tianguis Turístico will help the battered tourism industry get back on its feet.
Two months after state health authorities decided to limit mobility in the coastal community, Progreso’s beach and boardwalk will now be open on weekends once again.