Over 200 NM restaurants have already closed permanently, with more expected
apl031820l/BUSINESS/Pierre-Louis/JOURNAL/031820 Tables at O Ramen are rearranged to create more space between patrons near UNM . Photographed on Wednesday March 18, 2020.Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Journal

Over 200 NM restaurants have already closed permanently, with more expected

The COVID-19 and pandemic, and resulting shutdown of New Mexico, has done tremendous damage to the restaurant industry both in NM and across the country.  Carol Wight, CEO of the…

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You can help to get NM back to work

New Mexico Business Coalition (NMBC)is grateful for Governor Lujan Grisham’s proactive response to the Coronavirus that helped to stifle infection and death rates as compared to other states. But the shutdown…

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