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- Violence continues to rise in Mexico, setting several homicide records in recent months.
- Growing insecurity has started to take a toll on local commercial operations.
- Some businesses are electing to pull out of parts of the country.
Grupo Lala, one of Mexico’s 20 largest private companies, shut down operations at a distribution center in southern Tamaulipas state at the beginning of May due to security conditions the firm said “were not adequate to continue operating.”
The company, which controls almost 50% of the milk market in Mexico, offered few details, saying it was working with authorities to “restart activities as soon as possible.”See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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