The ABCs of Investing in Real Estate in Mexico – The Yucatan Times

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to invest in a hotel or a shopping center? Stop dreaming about it, we will explain, step by step, how to do it without having millions in the bank. MEXICO, (July 20, 2021) .- If you are interested in increasing your wealth because you are convinced that it is not only a privilege ...

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UNITE HERE Locals 11 and 40 Call on US Government to Stop Forgiving Westmont Connected Paycheck Protection Program Loans

LOS ANGELES–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – UNITE HERE Local 11, which represents 32,000 hospitality workers in Southern California, and UNITE HERE Local 40, which has more than 5,000 members in British Columbia, wrote to the US Small Business Administration to demand an immediate end to the cancellation of the $ 34 million loan. in the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loans linked to ...

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A San Diego Travel Guide: Where to Eat, Sleep and Play in America’s Most Beautiful City

Getty Seals of La Jolla If you want to see even more wildlife, park your car along the beach at La Jolla Cove to witness the hilarity of native seals and hatchlings. For the best viewing experience, rent a kayak to get even closer to the seal caves. Getty The Salk Institute In 1959, the city of San Diego offered ...

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Third member of Oath Keepers January 6 conspiracy case to plead guilty and cooperate with prosecutors

Caleb Berry plans to plead guilty to two felonies – conspiracy and obstructing congressional proceedings – for his role in temporarily stopping the Electoral College process on January 6. A plea hearing is scheduled for 3 p.m. ET at DC District Court. The guilty plea and the cooperation agreement is a major achievement for federal prosecutors as they continue to ...

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Londoner Diary: Starry Farewell for Joe at Standard’s Summer Party

W welcome to the Londoner’s journal. Last night three Johnsons including Stanley, Rachel and Jo joined BBC Managing Director Tim Davie, actor Anna Friel and Vaccines Minister Nadhim Zahawi at the Standard’s summer party where we told the meet again with our longtime political editor, Joe Murphy. MPs David Lammy, Tulip Siddiq, Paul Scully and Andrew Mitchell as well as ...

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Laundy expands advertising empire as assets soar off shelves

Pub veteran Arthur Laundy has landed his third ad in as many weeks, saying the industry is strong and will rebound as soon as customers are allowed to return. His latest foray is the popular Woolpack pub in Redfern in western Sydney, worth around $ 10 million, but in an unusual move he has teamed up with two new operators. ...

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BBC California freighter COVID-19 outbreak rises to ten cases

Two other crew members of the BBC California ship docked in Fremantle have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number of people infected on board to 10. Key points: The COVID-19 outbreak on the ship has grown to ten All crew members isolate themselves in their rooms on the ship There are now 17 active cases of COVID-19 in ...

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Publicans about to lose the battle to check passes at the bar instead of the door

The publicans lost a battle to allow them to check the passes for meals inside at bar counters. pub trade officials have argued for checking certificates at the bar rather than at the door in a series of meetings with government officials. However, it has been decided that pubs, restaurants and cafes will need to check the passes at their ...

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The resort known as the “Titanic of the Mountains” is reborn as a hotel

A train station in the Pyrenees, nicknamed the “Titanic of the Mountains” due to misfortune that lasted nearly a century, now has a new chance to thrive as a hotel. The Canfranc station, a Franco-Spanish border village at an altitude of 1,000 meters, will be transformed into a five-star property after having benefited from an investment of € 27 million. ...

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NFL Hall of Fame member Michael Irvin tears Dallas Cowboys apart for failing to hit COVID-19 vaccine threshold

FRISCO, Texas – Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin is disappointed the Dallas Cowboys are not on the teams to reach the 85% vaccine threshold that would ease COVID-19 restrictions during training camp that begins this week. “Yeah, and that should upset them,” Irvin said of the Cowboys recently at the opening of the Dallas chapter of Merging Vets ...

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