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By Jerry Haar The Age of Anxiety is a long, six-part poem composed by W.H. Auden in 1947. The title is also an apt description for what Mexicans are experiencing today, as well as foreign companies that do business in and with that nation. The sources of that anxiety are four-fold. First, there is public safety. Violence in Mexico has reached record levels, eclipsing the cartel wars of 2011, with the homicide rate up 27 percent from last year. Even resort areas such as Cancún and Los Cabos have not escaped the violence, negatively impacting hotel occupancy. Second is the […]
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