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International News Archive - January 13, 2009


New North Carolina State University research shows that tequila's surge in popularity over the past 15 years has been a boon for industry, but is triggering a significant hangover of social and environmental problems in the region of Mexico where the once-notorious liquor is produced.

A town of 1,500 people in southern Mexico has found its fortune in ice cream.