Oct 01, 2017

Cuts hurt Mexico quake response, outlook ahead of 2018 vote | Article [AMP] | Reuters

Spending cuts and a failure by Mexico's president to upgrade an earthquake alert system hurt life-saving prevention programs and amplified recovery costs after two major temblors this month, current and former government officials said.

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