Tu Revista Latina focuses on the many interests of Latinos in the region. It is the first-ever bilingual lifestyle magazine that celebrates Latino achievement and culture in the Doña Ana County and surrounding areas. Tu Revista Latina is the ultimate channel of the best that Las Cruces has to offer while at the same time deals with serious issues that Latinos face today. The editorial mission of Tu Revista Latina is to continue being the most appreciated and preferred bilingual magazine within the Mesilla Valley. It is a high quality publication with editorial that is empowering, informative, educational but most importantly relevant to the Latino community. With articles on Latin cuisine, local entertainment, finances, culture and traditions, health, education, spirituality and community profiles, we strive to provide you with significant stories that are different from any you might see in other magazines. Our goal is to make them consistently authentic and factual but at the same time entertaining and heartfelt. We hope that you will be able to use our stories and information as resources to help you stride towards a healthy future which will include a strong sense of your past.
VERARBEITUNGSABLÄUFE Prinzipien eines Arbeitsvorganges In allen Prozessen werden die Materialien durch den Spalt von der Vorderseite aus eingeführt und dann durch Druck zusammengefügt. Ein Arbeitsvorgang, der die Maschine optimal nutzt, wird in Abbildung 11 dargestellt. Gezeigt wird ein doppelseitiger Laminierungsprozess (Herstellung von selbstklebenden Bildern). Die obere Beschichtungsfolie ist eine druckempfindliche Folie mit Trennpapier (3), die von einer Abrollwalze auf der (hinteren) oberen Abrollwelle abgezogen wird (5).
With such limits to foreign currency, a currency black market was created since Venezuelan merchants relied on the import of goods that require payments with reliable foreign currencies.  As Venezuela printed more money for their social programs, the bolívar continued to devalue for Venezuelan citizens and merchants since the government held the majority of the more reliable currencies.  Since merchants could only receive so much necessary foreign currency from the Venezuelan government, they had to resort to the black market, which in turn raises the merchant's prices on consumers .  The high rates in the black market make it difficult for businesses to purchase necessary goods or earn profits since the government often forces these businesses to make price cuts, such as Venezuelan McDonald's franchises offering a Big Mac meal for $ in January 2014, though only making $1 at the black market rate needed for imports.  Since businesses made low profits, this led to shortages since they cannot afford to import or produce the goods that Venezuela is reliant on.