Nuevo Laredo


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Nue·vo La·re·do

 (no͝o-ā′vō lə-rā′dō, nwĕ′vō lä-rĕ′dō)
A city of northeast Mexico across the Rio Grande from Laredo, Texas. Founded in 1755, it was part of Laredo until the end of the Mexican War in 1848.
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Nuevo Laredo

(Spanish ˈnweβo laˈreðo)
n
(Placename) a city and port of entry in NE Mexico, in Tamaulipas state on the Rio Grande opposite Laredo, Texas: oil industries. Pop: 353 000 (2005 est)
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Nue•vo La•re•do

(ˈnweɪ voʊ ləˈreɪ doʊ, nuˈeɪ-)
n.
a city in NE Mexico, on the Rio Grande opposite Laredo, Texas. 218,413.
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A man was killed outside the Nuevo Laredo international airport, Mexico yesterday (23 March).
The Gulf Cartel and the Sinaloa Cartel are battling for control over the Mexican city of Nuevo Laredo, located across the border from the Texas town of Laredo.
On a recent trip back to Nuevo Laredo, Ojeda's first stop was the modest block structure that is both home to Fela Contreras and headquarters for a workers' rights group she has organized.
The petition included the company and its direct and indirect subsidiaries (including one subsidiary in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico).
Large supermarket chains such as Organizacion Soriana and the Reynosa, Matamoros and Nuevo Laredo locations of HEB Stores Inc.
shipping public recently celebrated the opening of what may become known as the Nafta Overpass--the US$128-million World Trade Bridge linking Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, with Laredo, Texas.