Daily News April 20, 2016

Innovation, South of the Border Silicon Valley is no longer be a phenomenon unique to the United States. Some 1,500 miles south of San Francisco, creative minds, entrepreneurs and investors have found another oasis. Guadalajara, —in the state of Jalisco— has positioned itself as a center of investment in technology and innovation, through a combination of government action, corporate involvement, academic excellence, and vibrant technological communities. This is the first of a series of regular columns by Arturo Franco, Arturo Franco, Nonresident Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center. Latin Trade reports. Fidel Castro bids farewell to Cuba’s communists Fidel Castro has made what is likely to be his final speech to Cuba’s Congress, telling the […]

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