Mexicans will vote Oct. 25 to decide the fate of the new Mexico International Airport (NAIM) project, which has come under fire from the country’s president-elect over construction costs and environmental impacts. Just over one million people—2% of the country’s population—are expected to vote during the four-day referendum in 1,000 voting stations set up in town squares across the country. The vote will determine the future of the partially built airport at ...

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