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US v. Mexico

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Jenna Rich

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Mexico Introduction Although the United States and Mexico have various differences, they are related in several aspects. United States v. Mexico By Jenna Rich Elmwood Franklin School
May 23, 2011 I chose this topic because I found an interest in the history and relations between our country and Mexico.

This project is dedicated to the people of both countries for giving me a great topic, Maria Victoria Genevievé Howell-Arza for being so supportive, and to my parents for putting up with my late nights working on this project. For several years, the United States of America and Mexico have been involved in many ways.
They share a border, are partners in trade, and are looking for solutions to drug trafficking and illegal border crossing.
The relationship has a direct impact on the lives of millions of citizens from each country. United States •  Mexico is located in Middle America, and borders the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, and is between the United States and Belize • The capital is Mexico City • Mexico is the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world • Population: 110.6 million • 76% of the population lives in an urban area • Spanish is the most spoken language around the country • The most practiced religion is Roman Catholicism Background Information • The United States of America is located in North America, borders both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and is between Canada and Mexico

• It is approximately 9,826,675 square kilometers, or about half the size of Russia

• The capital of the country is Washington, D.C.

• The most spoken language is English

• The most practiced religion is Protestantism

• The current president of the United States is Barack Obama

• The government type is a constitution-based federal republic http://i.infoplease.com/images/mmexico.gif • Mexico is classified as an upper-middle-income country by the World Bank • Poverty is extensive across the country • Though Mexico has a GDP (per capita) of $13,800, the Mexican economy experienced the worst recession since the 1930s in 2009 • The GDP was contracted by 6.5 percent due to a decline in oil revenues and the impact of H1N1 on tourism Economy • Crime in Mexico continues to occur at a high rate and can often be violent • Street crime is a serious problem in most of Mexico’s major cities • There is a low rate of apprehension and conviction of criminals • Cities along Mexico’s northern border have particularly high murder rates • Resort areas and tourist destinations in Mexico generally don't see the levels of violence and crime reported in the border region and in areas along major trafficking routes http://img.timeinc.net/time/daily/2009/0902/mexico_crime_0218.jpg CRIME IN MEXICO United States Mexico http://cdn.benzinga.com/files/peso.jpg http://www.justmaps.org/maps/images/usa/usa-map4.gif Background Information The relations between the United States and Mexico are as important and complex as with any country in the world Relations Their relationship has a direct impact on the lives of millions of citizens from each country The countries are partners in NAFTA The United States and Mexico have been working closely to ensure the safety of their citizens, promote a healthy environment, and clean energy About one million American citizens live in Mexico The United States account for more than 40 percent of all foreign direct investment in Mexico Mexico is the United States’ second-largest export market and their third-largest trading partner Nearly one million people cross the United States-Mexico border every day Mexico United States • The United States has the largest economy in the world with a GDP (per capita) of $47,400

• Generally, the U.S economy has maintained a stable GDP growth rate and a low unemployment rate

• Ranked as a high income country by the World Bank Economy http://www.gold101.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/us-economy.jpg CRIME IN THE USA http://www.glenndavissoccer.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/mexico-usa-flag-montage.png http://www.clrsearch.com/Demographic?state_id=349381&city_id=278916&place=Buffalo%2C+NY+14206&state=New+York&chart=crimestatistics • Crime in the United States has been a long-lasting concern in the United States
• It accounts for more death, injury, and loss of property than all natural disasters combined
• The staggering crime rates in the US has caused great concern
• Approximately thirteen million people are victims of crime every year Conclusion In conclusion, though the United States and Mexico have differences, they are related in many ways. There is still much to accomplish to make Mexico and the United States have a stronger relationship that is beneficial to both countries. Talks need to continue to occur because the lives of millions of citizens from each country are directly impacted by many of the issues addressed. http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3274/3101840139_0b8470e447_o.jpg • The president of Mexico is Felipe Calderón • The government type is a federal republic http://www.scribd.com/doc/31715829/President-Felipe-Calderon-Speech-to-US-Congress-2010-Full-Text-English North American Free Trade Agreement Though the United States and Mexico have differences, they are related in many ways.
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