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Mexico: Country Profile

Area: 1,964,375 sq km, of which 1,959,248 sq km are continental and 5,127 sq km are islands.
Population: 112million (census 2011)
Capital City: Mexico City (Metropolitan area 22.1million est. 2012)
People: The people of Mexico today are a mixture of descendants from Spanish and other immigrants, mainly Europeans, who settled in Mexico from the 16th century onwards, and mestizos (mixed European and indigenous ancestry), as well as the many indigenous groups.
Languages: The official language is Spanish. There are at least 62 indigenous languages.
Religion(s): Roman Catholic 89%, Protestant 6%, other denominations 5%.
Currency: Mexican Peso, divided into 100 centavos

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Mexican Car Sales Slump Ahead of Election - Voice of America
Voice of America Mexican Car Sales Slump Ahead of Election Voice of America Car dealerships in Mexico City have kicked off the new year offering "clearance sales" and free insurance as 2017 models collect dust on their lots, a reminder that consumer nerves over high interest rate...
Dental Tourism in Mexico: affordable high quality service - The Yucatan Times
The Yucatan Times Dental Tourism in Mexico : affordable high quality service The Yucatan Times Mexico is quickly expanding its dental tourism industry, with multiple advantages including affordable dental treatments, proximity to US, and high quality of services. Americans seeking low-cost de...
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The Latest: Mexico\'s foreign ministry disputes Trump tweet - Boston Herald
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Mexican migrant health access much lower after US border crossing ... - Science ...
Mexican migrant health access much lower after US border crossing ... Science Daily Immigrants and migrants from Mexico had worse access to health care and insurance after they crossed the border into the US -- and it remained bad when they returned to Mexico again. and more »
Mexico and Jamaica sign tourism MOU | International Travel ... - ITIJ
ITIJ Mexico and Jamaica sign tourism MOU | International Travel ... ITIJ Mexico and Jamaica signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on 16 January that aims to make travel between the destinations easier and more frequent thanks to a multi-destination marketing arrangement. The deal was signed...
 
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