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COAHCoahuila (postcode, Mexico)
COAHCouncil on Affordable Housing (New Jersey)
COAHCollege of Arts and Humanities (various universities)
COAHCome Over And Help (Christian relief organization in Canada)
COAHCity On A Hill Church (Canton, Georgia)
COAHColorado Air Heads (airsoft team)
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In results published by the Instituto Electoral y de Participacion Ciudadana de Coahuila (IEPC), the PRI won 29 of the 38 mayoral races, including elections in the state capital of Saltillo, the US-Mexico border community of Piedras Negras, and the industrial city of Monclova.
Grupo Mexico is planning to permanently shut down the infamous Pasta de Conchos coal mine in Coahuila state, the site of a major explosion in February 2005 that claimed 65 lives.
Some estimates indicate that Coahuila produces more than 13 million tons of coal a year, some of which provides about 14% of the electricity produced by coal-powered plants in Mexico.
In its report, the congressional committee recommended that officials at Grupo Mexico and key personnel at the STPS and the Coahuila state government be prosecuted for the deaths of the miners.
The PRD won mayoral elections in three small towns in Coahuila and no legislative seats.
Fox was introduced by Governor Martinez y Martinez and accompanied by Ernesto Saro, Mayor of Ramos Arizpe, Ignacio Diego, Secretary of Planning and Development for Saltillo, Coahuila, and other officials.
Furthermore, Tidelands/Reef is in the planning stages to build a 60-mile, 20-inch extension from Piedras Negras/Eagle Pass to Monclova, Coahuila, Mexico to deliver in excess of 50 million cubic feet (50,000 MMBTU) of gas per day to PEMEX's pipeline grid.
Specifically, ONEOK sold to Coahuila Energy all of the stock of ONEOK Energy International, Inc.
Santos Laguna, winner of two Mexican league championships and one of the Cinderella stories of the 2004 Copa Toyota Libertadores, is based in the city of Torreon in the border state of Coahuila, Mexico.
Jimenez 663 colonia Los Angeles Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico, 27000 Tel: (01152)-871-717-8633 Fax: (01152)-871-718-5025
AHMSA, located in Monclova, in the state of Coahuila, is the largest integrated steel producer in Mexico.
Coahuila has become the third state in Mexico to impose a ban on bullfighting, following the lead of two other states that banned the practice in recent years.