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The Streets of Laredo

 

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Pedestrians from Mexico cross into the center of Laredo, Texas on August 19, 2010 in the early morning. City officials say negative attitudes about the city's more dangerous sister Nuevo Laredo have kept tourists from coming and effected the over all economics of the town. Laredo also depends heavily on tourism from Mexico, as people from northern Mexico come to the border city to make purchases on merchandise like designer clothes that they cannot find cheaply in their country, but since Mexico's border region has become increasingly violent, store owners in Laredo, Texas say Mexican shoppers are staying home.
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The Streets of Laredo
Pedestrians from Mexico cross into the center of Laredo, Texas on August 19, 2010 in the early morning. City officials say negative attitudes about the city's more dangerous sister Nuevo Laredo have kept tourists from coming and effected the over all economics of the town. Laredo also depends heavily on tourism from Mexico, as people from northern Mexico come to the border city to make purchases on merchandise like designer clothes that they cannot find cheaply in their country, but since...
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