Cancun News Roundup on 27 March 2023

Stay updated with the latest news from Cancun. From tourism highlights to concerns about identity theft, we keep you informed about what's happening in Quintana Roo.

Cancun News Roundup on 27 March 2023
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Greetings! This is Mexicanist, bringing you the latest news from Cancun. The Tianguis Turístico México 2023 was a smashing success, and Quintana Roo shone like a star. The state's mayor, Mara Lezama, boasted about the region's tourism at the event, and Marybel Villegas did her part by promoting Quintana Roo's destinations.

While the region's tourism is flourishing, some news is a bit concerning. The increase in cases of identity theft in Quintana Roo has become a growing concern for Condusef. This situation calls for caution and measures to prevent future occurrences.

On the other hand, the tourism recovery in Quintana Roo has been impressive. The United States is leading the way in tourism, making up the primary market for the region. This trend has brought hope for the sector and the region's economic growth.

Unfortunately, not all news is positive. Recently, 40 private security companies have been terminated, six of which were located in Cancun. This measure aims to promote security and the rule of law in the region.

In other news, three municipalities in Quintana Roo were found to be among the most indebted in the country. This issue is an urgent matter for local authorities to address.

Finally, with Holy Week coming soon, Cancun's Stations of the Cross will maintain their traditional route. The Mexican Caribbean, once again, stands out at the tourism tianguis in Mexico City. That's all for now from Cancun. Stay tuned for more news from Mexicanist.