• Workers in Mexico will receive the same salary throughout the country, regardless of where they live or work.

Microsoft will invest one billion dollars over a period of three years to support digital inclusion and education.

The Morelos-3 satellite was launched in Complex 41 of Cape Canaveral Air Force in Florida.

• Negotiations of the Transpacific Trade Agreement were completed.

• The 43th International Cervantino Festival and the 13th International Film Festival of Morelia were held.

Entrepreneurs’ Week obtained the Guinness World Record for the “World's Largest On-line Business Seminar.”

26.3 kilometers of the Pablo Garcia y Montilla Ring Road were delivered, which will drive economic development in Campeche and strengthen tourism by forming part of the Mexico-Puebla-Progreso corridor.

• The Grand Museum of the Maya World was named Best Emerging Cultural Destination by the Leading Cultural Destination Awards 2015.

• An agreement was signed between the government and the states to implement National Educational Infrastructure Certificates, through which the most important program for remodeling schools in recent years will be undertaken.

• Mexico joined a partnership in which world leaders invite countries and firms from all over the world to put a price on carbon dioxide, with the aim of reducing its emissions.

• The sighting of two vaquita porpoises was successfully documented.

• Mexico hosted the Open Government Partnership Global Summit in which 66 countries participated.

President Enrique Peña Nieto presented the new Mexican Fair Employment and Non-Discrimination Law.

Formula 1 returned to Mexico!