Mexico City. – We share highlights about the economy and business to begin on Wednesday, September 8th.
1. A 7.1-magnitude earthquake was recorded last Tuesday evening and its epicenter was in Acapulco, Guerrero, and this was noticeable in the mayors of Mexico City.
2. The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) reported that a total of 1.6 million users were left without electricity after the strong 7.1-magnitude earthquake.
3. The Tax Administration Department (SAT) has launched the CitaSAT technology tool, whereby taxpayers will be able to book, consult and cancel appointments in a secure, efficient and instant manner. Here we give you all the details.
4. Investment bank Goldman Sachs cut its growth forecast for the US economy from 6 to 5.7% for this year.
5. The White House intends to prepare the United States for the next pandemic with an ambitious plan worth 65 thousand and 300 million dollars, and this plan is huge and even comparable to the Apollo program of NASA, which allowed to send a human to the moon.
6. The National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) reported that total fixed investment decreased by 1.8% in June compared to the previous month, while private consumption recorded a decrease of 0.8% in the same period.
7. The Barbie doll returns in 2021 with its third edition to celebrate one of Mexico’s most representative traditions: the Day of the Dead, which was joined by her best friend Ken with its first release.