AGUASCALIENTES, Mexico — The industrial city of Aguascalientes is situated in central Mexico within a few hundred kilometers from the Pacific coast, the Gulf of Mexico, Mexico City and the U.S. border. In other words, Aguascalientes may be a day's drive to everything, but really, it's in the middle of nowhere. The city boasts paved boulevards, industrial parks and a Wal-Mart, but more common sites include dirt-road neighborhoods and pickup truck beds full of oranges. Aguascalientes also ...
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