Mexican wine

Mexican wine and wine making began with the arrival of the Spanish in the 16th century, when they brought vines from Europe to modern day Mexico, the oldest wine-growing region in the Americas. Although there were indigenous grapes before the Spanish conquest, the Spaniards found that Spanish grapevines also did very well in the colony of New Spain (Mexico) and by the 17th century wine exports from Spain to the New World fell. In 1699, Charles II of Spain prohibited wine making in Mexico, with the exception of wine for Church purposes. From then until Mexico’s Independence, wine was produced in Mexico only on a small scale. After Independence, wine making for personal purposes was no longer prohibited and production rose, especially in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Many other European immigrant groups helped with the comeback of wine in Mexico. However, the Mexican Revolution set back wine production, especially in the north of the country. Wine production in Mexico has been rising in both quantity and quality since the 1980s, although competition from foreign wines and 40% tax on the product makes competing difficult within Mexico. Mexico is not traditionally a wine-drinking country, but rather prefers beer, tequila and mezcal. Interest in Mexican wine, especially in the major cities and tourists areas (along with the introduction into the US on a small scale), has grown along with Mexican wines’ reputation throughout the world. Many Mexican companies have received numerous awards. Various wine producers from Mexico have won international awards for their products.

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Border police dealing with new smuggling problem: eggs

The Bradford Era 27 Jan 2023
(The Center Square)- The United States Customs and Border Protection is asking Americans to stop trying to smuggle in raw eggs from Mexico. As avian flu is causing the price of eggs and poultry to rise, along with the current inflation rate, people are purchasing the products in Mexico instead of shelling out the extra cash at the grocery store....
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AOC Leads Nearly 80 Democrats Urging Biden to Drop Proposed Title 42 Expansion

Common Dreams 27 Jan 2023
without going through an official port of entry, they will face immediate expulsion to Mexico, with the Mexican government committing to accept 30,000 deported refugees per month ... third "transit country" instead of exercising their legal right to asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border....
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'1.2 million pounds of nitrogen': Refineries engaged in massive chemical dump into S.F. bay

San Francisco Examiner 27 Jan 2023
“The oxygen-starving pollutant is the primary reason we have a dead zone near the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico that covered more than 6,000 square miles in 2021,” said Schaeffer ... John Beard spent many years working in refineries in Port Arthur, Texas, widely considered the world’s petroleum capital....
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Will Congress sacrifice the persecuted church on the altar of border security?

The Hill 26 Jan 2023
However, the likely effect would be to shut down asylum requests from those who arrive at the U.S.-Mexico border without a visa, even those who report to a lawful port of entry instead of attempting an illegal crossing ... After reporting to the port of entry, he was required to wait nearly a year in Mexico until he was granted asylum....
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Illegal Crossings on US Southern Border Drop After Biden Crackdown on Migrants - DHS

Urdu Point 26 Jan 2023
Early data from January shows that encounters of illegal crossings by migrants from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela between US ports of entry along the country's southern border with Mexico declined 97% compared to December 2022....
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Ecuador's Navy Grappling With Mounting Evidence of Criminal Collusion

InSight Crime 26 Jan 2023
"These maritime spaces are controlled by the navy, who are in the ports, who decide about permits, whose ships transport cocaine." ... Motor boats or fishing vessels leave from a number of smaller ports, carrying cocaine to traffickers in Mexico or Central America....
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Harrison files Texas Title 42 Bill to require immediate expulsions at border

Waxahachie Daily Light 26 Jan 2023
Staff report. Friday, State Rep ... Requires all non-US citizens entering Texas by land to come through a legal port of entry If a non-US Citizen does not use a legal port of entry, the non-US citizen must be sent back to Mexico or their country of origin as rapidly as possible The requirements of the bill are in place during any of these ... 1, 2023 .......
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Customers invest $3.2B along Norfolk Southern's network in 2022

Victoria Advocate 26 Jan 2023
Norfolk Southern also has the most extensive intermodal network in the eastern U.S., serving a majority of the country's population and manufacturing base, with connections to every major container port on the Atlantic coast as well as the Gulf of Mexico and Great Lakes....
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Port of Corpus Christi finishes 2022 with record tonnage

Seatrade Maritime News 25 Jan 2023
The Port of Corpus Christi, on the Western Gulf of Mexico, ended 2022 with record tonnage due to increased oil cargoes. The port reported a 21% increase in refined products year-on-year and 15% increase in total crude oil shipments over the previous year.  ... Port of Corpus Christi setting up first solar farm....
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Port of Muskogee rebrands, launches website

Muskogee Phoenix 25 Jan 2023
This marketing campaign coincides with Port Muskogee's ongoing economic momentum ... About Port Muskogee ... located on America’s most inland waterway, Port Muskogee offers year-round access to 20 states and global seaports by way of the Gulf of Mexico giving industries multi-modal flexibility....
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Agents at San Ysidro Port of Entry Seizing Raw Eggs By Truckload

NBC Bay Area 25 Jan 2023
A surge in egg and poultry seizures along the U.S.-Mexico border includes an uptick at the San Ysidro Port of Entry, south of San Diego, where border officials recently intercepted nearly 1,000 in about 10 minutes ... You can get fresh eggs cheaper in Mexico, leading some to see an opportunity for profits in the U.S....
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These 11 cruise ports are worth more than a brief excursion

East Bay Times 25 Jan 2023
But what if you could delay reality? That dream is doable if you have the time, money and desire to extend your vacation in or near the cruise port ... A mere 30 miles north of the busiest cruise port in the world is No ... Carnival still has a Texas-sized market share in this port on the Gulf of Mexico, but no man or cruise ship is an island....
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Norfolk Southern misses quarterly profit estimates on higher operating expenses

Reuters 25 Jan 2023
Jan 25 (Reuters) - Norfolk Southern Corp (NSC.N) reported a lower-than-expected fourth-quarter profit on Wednesday as U.S ... The U.S ... Norfolk, which has connections to every major container port on the Atlantic coast as well as the Gulf of Mexico and Great Lakes, said its railway operating expenses rose 19% to $2.1 billion during the quarter ... Read Next....

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