Tag Archives: Mexico

KABOOM! The Economic Impact: U.S. and Canadian Baby Boomers Retiring to Mexico

My article was published today March 3, 2019 in Wall Street International Magazine (EUROPE). Baby Boomers are retiring in droves to Mexico. What is the economic impact? This article explores that question.   The Continue Reading ››

PEMEX – Mexico’s Impaired Family Member

As a parent, everyone experiences challenges with their children. (If you ask the kids, they might suggest their problems lie with their parents). As president of a country, one inherits problem children. Like any parent, presidents are concerned about the health, financial status, and the future … Continue Reading ››

Is Paradise at Risk? by Frank Rudolph

We here in the cloud forest live in what for many of us seems like paradise. But neither the Orizaba Valley nor the Magical City of Orizaba are really magical. We are just fortunate to live where nature and man, at least for the … Continue Reading ››

Lake Chapala – Paradise or Pair O’ Dice

The following is my article published today February 4, 2019 by Mexico News Daily. Mexico News Daily is an English Language publication. It is a subscription news service. The theme of the article is the emergence of the realities in the Lake Chapala area in … Continue Reading ››

Mexico News Daily – Recent Publication by Bill Dahl

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An estimated 10,000 Baby Boomers a day are retiring in North America - Many are relocating to Mexico. Why? This article addresses that phenomenon. My most recent publication with Mexico … Continue Reading ››

Corruption in Mexico – An Environmental and Public Health Perspective

Corruption in Mexico
My most recent study of Corruption in Mexico - An Environmental and Public Health Perspective - is out for peer review. It is also being considered for publication by several sources. I … Continue Reading ››